Before heading out for the festivities surrounding All Hallow’s Eve, fill the bellies of your little ghouls and goblins with a hearty and nourishing meal. (The grown-up ones, too!) This doesn’t mean you have to slave the day away in the kitchen while everyone else is out having fun. Here is a wonderfully tasty soup loved by all to whom I have served it – big and small alike.
Sunday, October 31, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
There is a wonderful little Italian restaurant in Seattle that has been one of my husband’s favorite to frequent for over 20 years. The restaurant itself is a small home converted into a dining area reminiscent of an Italian grandmother’s home; the walls are adorned with photos of both patrons and generations of the owner’s family who migrated from Italy. Various items of décor, both from the “home land” and places near and far, are splashed through out. The atmosphere is intimate, warm, welcome, comfortable and unique.