The 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month signifies the end of World War I. Across the British Commonwealth, November 11th is known as Remembrance Day, a time to remember and give thanks to all those men and women who were killed during the two World Wars and other … [Read more...] about On the 11th of November, We Pause to Remember
Autumn is in the air, and so are those lovely fragrant pumpkin spices. With Thanksgiving on the horizon, there is still time to practice to help you perfect your holiday pie. While we associate pumpkin pie with American cuisine, recipes for pumpkin pie appeared as early as … [Read more...] about Cooking Lesson: Time to Perfect Your Pumpkin Pie
Anna M. Jarvis is the founder of Mother's Day, who successfully campaigned to have the first official Mother's Day celebration held. It was a tribute to her mother Julia Ward Howe who conceived the Mother’s Day Proclamation back in 1870. It is a tradition that is observed on … [Read more...] about The History of Mother’s Day and What to Serve Mom
This coming week Christians around the world are celebrating Easter. A moveable feast, Easter occurs the First Sunday after the Full Moon following the Vernal Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. It is late this year, just like Spring. Marking the end of Lent, Holy Week leads … [Read more...] about Hot Cross Buns and Other Easter Traditions
The US and Canada celebrated Labor Day yesterday. Another long weekend in another year dealing with Covid-19. The weekend marks the unofficial end of Summer and is normally a joyful time when parents send their children back to school. However, the Delta variant has made this a … [Read more...] about Can you Serve Angel Food Cake After Labor Day?