EATSTogether is brought to you by a family who loves to cook and eat together: my family. Here you will find my blog articles on everything food. Also, enjoy many of our family’s favorite recipes and learn our strategies for sharing as many meals as possible with family and friends. I hope you will share your tips and experiences, too. I’m aways eager to know what you like, what you want to see more of and how and with whom you eat together – feel free to email me or comment throughout the site.
Like everything, Octoberfest will be a little different this year. You can still make up some pretzels, pop open your favorite brew and get your chicken dance on! Click on this section for some great recipes to help bring Octoberfest home!
More Recipes From Our Kitchen…
This pizza crust is crunchy with just a little chew and wonderfully versatile! It is a family affair when we make extra crusts and freeze them for easy weeknight meals. Kids love the dough toss step and this has even been a popular birthday party activity! From a...read more
These melt-in-your-mouth meringues are a super easy to make and always a big hit for coconut lovers! (If you're like Grandma Izzie, who wouldn't touch the stuff, these are not for you. As the story goes, she and her brother, Great Uncle George, swiped a whole pound of...read more
Quarantine met school work (and dinner) when Madeline received this Practical Living Class assignment to make a one pot meal. We are grocery shopping only once every two weeks while sheltering-in-place and, I will confess, we were nearing the end of the second week...read more
Did you ever read a book so delicious you couldn’t put it down? A book that propelled you to the market for ingredients to make some exotic dish that was so eloquently described that your mouth watered? Or a book that found you leafing through your recipe cards for...
Sometimes serious, sometimes funny, all these books are fantastic reads! If you’ve already read them, or after you do, come on over to our EATS Reads discussion board and share your thoughts. Chocolat by Joanne Harris The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan Fried Green...read more
The trees are budding and the sprouts are in the windowsill, soon it will be time to plant our garden. Below is a brief history of my "gardening" life. Do you grow things to eat in the summer? What do you grow and why? I'd love to learn from your experiences! I grew...read more