Vegan Bakery Pizza- yes, of course you can add cheese

I grew up in Narragansett, Rhode Island from the time I was three till I was 21. If you have never been, there are lots of Italians and most bakeries sell what is known as Bakery Pizza. It is meant to be eaten room temperature and is generally plainer then what I am currently preparing... Continue Reading →

Sultry Santorini

Santorini, Santorini, Santorini... Marvelous, beautiful Santorini. Anytime I told someone I was going to Greece and to visit the islands, the question was asked... Are you going to Santorini? Yes, I am going to Santorini. I almost felt obligated to, especially after chosing the Cyclades as the islands I would visit. I will stay here... Continue Reading →

Dutch Apple Pie…

I learned how to make this pie while pregnant and working part time at an apple orchard in Ipswich, Massachusetts. I was 19 years old. I would drive to the farm and stay there for the weekend and then drive back home to Rhode Island. I had come down with toxemia during the later months... Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Whoopie Pie Recipe

Pumpkin Whoopie Pies 2 cups packed brown sugar 1 cup veg oil 1 1/2 cups pumpkin puree 2 eggs mix above ingredients and to the wet ingredients add combined dry ingredients 3 cups all purp flour 1 tsp salt 1 tsp baking soda 1 tsp vanilla 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp ground ginger 1/2... Continue Reading →

In this moment…

There is a very real side to this lifestyle I have chosen, every now and again you have a bad week, especially after coming back from a solo vacation. Part of my purpose for writing this blog is to share my full journey, not just the places I have visited. By the time I arrived... Continue Reading →

Athens and Athanasios…Part 2

Athanasios is an editor/translator working on a book for a Korean War Vet. He is helping to write this mans' memoir. To my understanding not many exist and that this has been quite the process. We ended up meeting around nine and walked to his place to see the view of Athens at night and... Continue Reading →

Athens and Athansios…

A wee bit later then the planned noon but Athanasios was at my hotel by twelve thirty. I brought him a tshirt made by a local artist here in Cayman, he seemed to like it. The first stop on the tour was passing by the changing of the Guard. Very serious ceremony with funny shoes.... Continue Reading →

Greece Aug/Sept 201

I have many other journeys to share with you ahead of this particular one but I decided to start here because it has reawakened parts of me I thought were gone. It helped me to realize I am not ready to just be comfortable where I am at. I was originally going to visit Mexico... Continue Reading →

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