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A young friend of ours was visiting the LIttle Farm and took home a bunch of blood oranges – she sent me this recipe, I tried it and it is terrific! Thank you Bryna! Chicken with herbs, Blood Orange and … Continue reading
I tried this recipe and it was truly delicious – it was from Allrecipes.com – hope you like it! Slow Cooker French Onion Soup Ingredients · 6 tablespoons butter · 4 large yellow onions, sliced and separated into rings · … Continue reading
Balsamic Chicken Breasts Ingredients 1/2 cup of Balsamic Vinegar 4 Chicken Breasts 2 Tbsp Dijon Mustard 4 tbsp Olive oil 2 garlic cloves Salt and pepper to taste 1 pint of cherry tomatoes cut in half ( you can see … Continue reading
Update – the EY Strategic Growth Forum Link in an earlier post – corrected – amazing panel on Gender Parity! Berkshire Hathaway and more
EY is in the forefront of Gender Parity – congratulations! I had posted an incorrect link to their panel at their annual Strategic Growth Forum in Palm Springs last year where I and our son James were honored to participate. … Continue reading
This past week there were two press mentions that made me very happy. See below. Los Angeles Business Journal picture with three close friends – thanks Ladies for making me feel so special and accompanying me to this event. … Continue reading
Last week we were driving very slowly through an intersection after the light turned green when a 19 year old kid in a brand new Mercedes ( which his dad bought for him, of course) went straight through the traffic … Continue reading
Like to bake muffins? So do I but I found an unusual use of muffin tins Above is a traditional use of muffin tins. But there are some unorthodox ways to use them too that are very useful. Here are … Continue reading
Last night we celebrated with our little ones – and finally got them all to sit on the sofa together for a minute or two! 9 little Segils – 7 boys and 2 girls – how blessed are we! Happy … Continue reading
Our middle grandson Jonah turned 5 recently and wanted a Candy Cake. Yep! What is THAT? So we went off to the candy store and I gave him a budget and said – any candy that you like. About 10 … Continue reading
It is FIG time at The Little Farm – so we serve Figs with our Goat Cheese – cooking with kids who love it!
We love the combination of goats cheese and fresh figs. Truly scrumptious. Here is some of our fig bounty this year – and the two older grandsons smashing the figs into the pot for jam. Yum!
What to do when your significant other or spouse retires – and you are still working? READJUSTMENT TIME!!!
We have been a two career family for as long as I can remember. I know when I sold my last business some 6 years ago, my son and daughter in law were pretty nervous. They had visions of my … Continue reading
Crockpot Chicken, Figs, Olives, Capers and Sun Dried Tomatoes – easy for cooking with kids – great for a wintry night!
This cooked in the crockpot all day and the house smelled amazing! It is also ideal when cooking with kids as they can add all the ingredients to the frying pan while you add the hot stuff to the crockpot. … Continue reading
Chicken pieces with thai seasonings makes for a great easy low cal meal that your kids or grandkids can help prepare. The rule in our home is that you have to taste everything once – and if you don’t like … Continue reading
A Guide to Cupcake & Cookie Decorations ( with thanks to our partner http://www.preparedpantry.com/?affId=108736 for all the suggestions and products availalbe below). Cookie decorations are the cookie baker’s best friend. It means that you can bake, frost, sprinkle, and you’re done. … Continue reading
Recently I travelled on American Airlines – I used to be a very frequent traveller and still travel a fair amount ( although nothing like the 200 days I used to travel annually!) and yes, the company is in bankrupcy – yet it’s … Continue reading
70% of all behavior is actually heredity – nature – rather than nurture. I found a wonderful site called Talkabouttwins.com on google+ with lots of resources for families with identical or fraternal twins. There is an interesting article in National Geographic … Continue reading