Monthly Archives: July 2011

Coleslaw in Ambergris Caye

I have mentioned that Belize is my second home. I live there nearly three months out of every year and I have collected many stories about this part of the world – nearly all of them involving travel, food, friends and … Continue reading

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Jungle Oatmeal in Botswana, Africa

Situated on a remote island close to the Okavanga Delta, Little Vrumba camp Botswana is a magical place. My husband and I stayed in one of six stand-alone tented rooms that featured an indoor and outdoor shower along with a private … Continue reading

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Pico de Gallo: San Ignacio, Belize

I have mentioned Belize in several posts. Our family is fortunate to have a house on the beautiful island of Ambergris Caye off the eastern coast of this wonderful country. This lush, tropical area has quickly become our second home … Continue reading

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Making chili with the sisters!

I grew up in a family of five children – two boys and three girls. I am the oldest of the sisters and the only grandmother so far.    Our mother taught us all basic culinary skills and we are … Continue reading

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