Posts Tagged ‘italian’

I’m a simple girl, really.  Give me a slice of panforte from Tartine and a steaming hot, rich espresso, and I am content.  Christmas morning was quiet.  Simple.  Delicious. (I want to post more and allow people to enjoy my food with me– which may mean entries that are out of order chronologically, depending on […]

Limoncello, completed!  Strained, filtered, and bottled in its original vodka bottle, I must admit it is super delicious, even if I only let it marinate for five days. My first attempt at making my own liquor came out excellent, and it didn’t even freeze in the freezer!  (There have been reports that 80 proof vodka […]

I’m not sure when I developed this craving for limoncello, but sometime last week I felt the irresistible urge to buy lemons and vodka (couldn’t find Everclear– maybe next time). [I still have ten lemons sitting, peeled and naked, in a bowl.  I’m not really sure what to do with them right now.  I suppose when life […]

SF wanderings


In an effort to save time, I am going to post a bunch of pictures from my first few days in the city when my father and I were exploring. Enjoy! Feeding in North Beach Dinner after we had walked our legs off was at Panta Rei. My dad’s sea bass and shrimp something or […]

This is my last post with food from Maryland. After this, all my posts will be about and from San Francisco! Isn’t that exciting? I know, I know, you’re probably thinking “About TIME, Jeanne!” I can’t help it. I’m a slacker at heart. It’s how I do. So my last creation on the East Coast […]