I brought fish back from my last visit to Hatteras when I picked up my son, who spent the summer with my mom. I had Spanish mackerel, bluefish and cobia, and I used all the Spanish in ceviche and fish chowder. I saved the milder blues and cobia to eat with my friends. Yesterday we… Continue reading A Hatteras Fish Fry in Georgia
Last week I spent 5 days in Hatteras visiting my parents before we move there in October. I was able to go commercial fishing with my dad, something I really enjoy because I think most people who eat seafood or visit coastal tourist towns have no idea about the commercial fishing industry. I’ve written about… Continue reading Commercial Fishing with My Dad- Why You Should Eat Wild Caught American Fish
The corona plague came out of nowhere and brought the American economy to a grinding halt. I never would have guessed that our government would be willing to accept such massive financial losses; I assumed the powers that be were greedier than that. It makes me think there’s some other agenda going on behind the… Continue reading What will you do differently after the plague?
The groundhog predicted an early spring and it looks like he was right. We’ve had temperatures in the 70’s this week and the plants in my yard are coming alive again. Tiny green shoots are popping up and the trees are starting to green up again. With the Corona virus scare, I’ve been staying home… Continue reading Spring things…
In my first post I shared how I have come to see my suburban yard as a blessing instead of a curse. Instead of moaning about not living on a homestead in the country, I can make do with what I have and turn my tiny piece of urban sprawl into a haven for bees,… Continue reading Suburban Lawn to Nature Preserve, Part 2