As you might have guessed from my nostalgic post about new year's traditions, I'm on a bit of a Polish kick. I put Krakow on my 2013 travel wish list (key word "wish") and I have started experimenting with Polish cuisine. (My husband, incidentally, is obsessed with cooking Korean food right now so ... More >>
Don't be fooled by my mick-tastic name; I'm actually a quarter Polish (and damn proud of it!).
Growing up I spent a significant amount of the winter holidays stuffing my face with my nanny's terrific onion pierogi . The fact that we never stayed with my grandparents through the first of January wa ... More >>
When I wrote about mustard recently, I got so many interesting recommendations that I went out and bought a bunch. Some of the tastiest mustards I tried were imported. Here are my current top five imported mustards:
5. Maille Dijon Originale (Canada)
Good mustard seed, excellent vinegar, a ... More >>
www.gillan.comThough best known as the talented tonsils behind British hard-rock legends Deep Purple, Ian Gillan has also found the chance to log in some serious studio and road time both fronting his own bands and as a solo artist.
Gillan's new CD, One Eye to Morocco (Eagle Records) finds th ... More >>