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Category Archives: Classical Music
We grow Jujubes. It is not a candy but a fruit. And the most delicious fruit – sort of between an apple and a date. And when we pit and cook it with a minimal amount of sugar it makes … Continue reading
Whenever we get into the car with our 6 and 4 year old grandsons in the back, if we are not playing games of “I spy” or telling stories, we are listening to Sirius Radio – Symphony Hall. Our Jack … Continue reading
Just saw ALICE IN WONDERLAND, THE BALLET – with the National Ballet of Canada – – with our older grandsons, Jack and Jonah. They sat still and focused for 3 hours. Amazing. What a fabulous production! Last act was a bit long … Continue reading
5 minute Fudge – Cooking with Kids! Add Chopin’s Polonaise in A flat major and you have a great treat!
Cooking with kids along with GREAT classical music. Here the great Horowitz plays Polonaise Op. 53 in A flat major. My cousin John Brittan – an amazing pianist who played in South Africa with the symphony orchestra – used to … Continue reading
Great recipe for Cheese Spinach Strata – while listening to the finale of Swan Lake – and cooking with kids
I love eating bread and cheese – and here is a favorite recipe for both – in a STRATA – so easy to make – not low calorie certainly – and something that the children love to help me make … Continue reading
Barbara Streisand and Il Volo Italian Singing Sensations will do a LIVE CONCERT November 9 2012 in LA!
Do you remember growing up with Barbra Streisand’s music? I recall watching her early movie clips – her auditions, that STRONG NY Accent – and the incredible emotional voice of an angel that came from her – and always seemed … Continue reading
First put on some really smashing music – try Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony! WOW! Then bring in the kids and start to fill your home with yummy tastes and smells learning how to make Cheesy Breads, Biscuits, and Rolls Making cheesy bread … Continue reading
Reading to kids – so important – as is Cooking with Kids! With Handel’s Water Music for accompaniment!
I love to read to my grandchildren. Above are Noah and Gabriel listening while I am reading to their big brothers. Jack taught himself to read at 4. He is reading at 2nd grade level now – at 5. I … Continue reading