In the Kitchen
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I met Paula Eiselt years ago when my brother dated her aunt. We became friendly with her wonderful parents, and from the get-go, she struck me as a sweet, fun-loving and bright young girl. That … more
As I sit here writing this column, four days before Shabbat Nachamu, I am nostalgic. It’s been 34 years since I was at Grossinger’s, but the memories are more vivid than ever. Each summer, … more
Now that summer is in full swing and barbecue invitations are plentiful, I have to curb my penchant for hot dogs. You see, at a barbecue, I can easily scarf down three hotdogs, aside from chicken and … more
The Fourth of July is the result of the undaunted efforts and unyielding commitment of our American forefathers. They worked through animosity, trepidation and at a great risk to their lives to … more
As you know I’m a born (but not bored, like Mets fans are today) and bred in New York diehard Atlanta Braves fan. I have the MLB package and from opening day until my team is out of contention. … more
I’ll admit, I procrastinate at times, but my husband Jerry makes me look like an amateur. Each Sunday, I try to get him to the gym at a reasonable hour, so he’ll have time to enjoy a … more
For those of you who know my husband Jerry (and if you don’t know him, you haven’t been paying close enough attention to my columns!) you know that he’s a bit of a talker. Wait, who … more
Since I began writing this column in December 2011, I’ve been asked over and over, “Are all the stories about your husband Jerry true?” “It’s not possible that he … more
I just celebrated a birthday last week, and while it wasn’t a big one, it’s getting close.  More than ever now,  I find myself a bit forgetful.  Family members and friends … more
By the time you read this, the 2018 Winter Olympics will be coming to an end. Each time the Olympics come around, I marvel at all of the time and determination … more
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