June 27, 2011
Platter of food

Taste of Ethiopia – Breaking Injera with Pfriends in Pflugerville

Because Taste of Ethopia sits in a small, unexciting strip mall on Grand Ave. in Pflugerville, you might pass it by without even noticing it. If […]
June 21, 2011
Black Pepper Chicken with broccoli and rice.

Low Calorie Choices at Panda Express

[toc] Parmer Lane, Panda Express – Austin Eating out and sticking to my diet is always a challenge. I usually try to find a restaurant that […]
June 8, 2011
Lucy Benoit doing embroidery.

Talented Tuesday: The Very Talented Lucy Courrege Benoit

My grandmother was a talented seamstress and artist. As long as I can remember, she was always sewing, knitting, painting or crocheting. And the finished project […]
June 5, 2011

Happy About Blue Bonnet Cafe’s “Pie Happy Hour”

After a fun day of shopping and sightseeing in the Texas Hill Country’s beautiful Highland Lakes with a BFF this week, we decided to visit the […]
May 30, 2011
1844 Marriage Bond – Jean Adolphe Rodrigue and Marie Donatile Naquin.

Amanuensis Monday: 1844 Marriage Bond of Jean Adolphe Rodrigue and Marie Donatile Naquin

Transcription of Marriage Bond State of Louisiana, Parish of LaFourche Know all men by those present that the Jean Adolphe Rodrigue of the Parish of St. […]
May 28, 2011
Bacon cheddar burger

So Much More than Burgers at Novrozsky’s Hamburgers

When visiting Sulphur, Louisiana, we always take time to eat at Novrozsky’s Hamburgers, a small chain of restaurants that started in Beaumont, Texas. Novrozsky’s serves hamburgers […]
May 27, 2011
Omelette with fries and avocado.

Fresh & Fit—and Breakfast All Day—at Mimi’s Cafe

The hubster and I were looking for a place to eat last Saturday that was between Ikea and the Round Rock Outlet Mall, and it needed […]
May 27, 2011
Chicken Spaghetti Recipe

Family Recipe Friday: A Cajun Cooks Chicken Spaghetti

Yum! This well-used recipe was among my grandmother, Lucy Courrege Benoit’s, recipes. The recipe was typed by a Davella Ramsey Gorham. Davella was born on 5 […]
May 27, 2011
Texaco bracelet

52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy & History – Commercials

You Can Trust Your Car to the Man Who Wears the Star—the Big Bright Texaco Star! This ad campaign had personal meaning to me as a […]
May 1, 2011
Me with my poodle Beau Jacques in 1960

52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy & History – Pets

To say I have always LOVED animals (big and small) is an understatement. My very first pet was a tiny white poodle named Beau Jacques. A […]