Just when you think that nothing else could possibly happen, it does! At 12:30 pm on Saturday, January 23rd as I was taking a much needed and too short of a nap in between my online English classes, the bed began to rock back and forth. I sat up quickly and realized that it wasn’tContinue reading “I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet…..”
On November 3rd the city of Granada was closed to any “outsiders” due to the high amount of Covid cases in the city. For one of the largest holiday weekends of the year, All Saints Day, Granada would be sacred only to those of us who live here. I received an email from the ParadorContinue reading “When you live below one of the marvels of the world….”
Enjoy this privileged walk with me through an almost empty Generalife and its gardens. Granada, Spain. November 5th, 2020. Very few words, music, fountains and undeniable beauty.
Lately I have been reading through a couple of my favourite books about culinary history focussed on medieval cuisine. One is about the Islamic World and the other is about Sephardic cuisine. I plan on making some of the recipes that I have been reading about in these amazing books. So, why the heck amContinue reading “History, memories and fried pork…….”
“Food Tastes Better with Sand Between Your Toes”. Anthony Bourdain I was raised between Chicago and Arizona so beach was not really a part of my life growing up unless you count shivering with blue lips in Lake Michigan or tubing down the Salt River. So, when I first moved to Granada (25 years ago)Continue reading “Best Beach Tapas!”
Join me for a short trip from Granada to the Tropical Coast. More to come!!
I promise to go back to my regular posts this week! Excited that the Alhambra is open again!!