Category Archives: What’s for supper?

Squid for a Favorite Calamari Dish

Three young fellows caught about forty squid last evening. My friend, Tres, and his friends Zan and Jacob took bright lights, a couple of squid jigs, and hauled a bunch of nature’s oddest looking creatures out of the waters around Moseley’s Dock. Then they came home and cleaned them. It is very squidy around here: […]

Must-Go Soup or Salad

A few weeks ago, I was in Rockville, just outside Rockland, having a grand time giving a talk about “Grandmother’s Recipes” at the beautifully restored Rockville Chapel. Some who attended brought samples of their grandmother’s handwritten recipe notebooks and others spoke about their memories of grandmother’s and mother’s cookery. I always find these kinds of […]

A Cheesy Crowd Pleaser

Once a week we have a community lunch at the Fellowship Room of our one year-round church. Even in winter, about twenty folks show up, listen to the music of a local jazz and old-time music band, have a cup of coffee or tea, eat lunch, and head back home while meals-to-go are sent out […]

Cauliflower Patties, Italian Style

  Last week’s recipe prompted cauliflower memories from senior senior (93!) Lee Sirabella of Brewer. He wrote, “My mother and father came from an island but on the other side of the Atlantic, off Naples, Italy, the Isles of Ischia. My mother was a great cook. The trouble is I ate what she prepared but […]