C'mon, you know the tune. Sing along. Out loud. Or to yourself. Of course, it's meant for out loud group singing. With friends who won't be forgotten. Especially if you stay in touch with them. Which isn't as Yogi Berra-like as it sounds.
You really don't need a mask up here. Especially not at six in the morning. It's beautiful and hopeful. Hopin' for an even better year next year. Happy New Year.
Another year that began with a lot of time in the kitchen because home was the only place that offered indoor dining. So I went to Japan and the French Alps - in my kitchen.
The French Way. For breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. Hard to beat if you're in the mood for something warm and melting. Sweet and salty. Luxury in your mouth. For $2.50.
And heavy doesn't have to mean unhealthy. Improving your CardioRespiratory Fitness through exercise may be the most important health intervention available. Even if that exercise doesn't result in big weight loss.
For some reason, it was water that really slowed me down this year. Like waiting for the water to boil.
Even if you haven't been dreaming of it, you can Press Play for a minute of walking in a winter wonderland. May your Christmas be merry, bright, warm and tasty.
Gotta be the healthiest $10 gift around. And it's on a 365-day time release. Cheaper than a card for our planet. In carbon footprint terms, a year of BCS costs the planet less than one Christmas card from Hallmark and the Post Office. Better Cheaper Slower.
I always thought the traditional Christmas Eve Feast of the Seven Fishes was a very cool idea for a festive meal. So this year I'm planning a very cool menu that you can easily knock off in two well-planned hours. So your Christmas Eve day will be a Slower Happier holiday.
So tasty, quick and easy. The holiday's best leftover. That Christmas Rib Roast is deeply delicious. If you serve reasonable portion sizes, you'll have leftovers and the makings of a great hash. For breakfast, lunch and/or dinner.