Sharing Food and Memories with Friends and Family


January 12, 2014
Irene Saiger


Sweet and Savory Hot Wings

Christopher Columbus High School was considered one of the top performing schools in The Bronx, but to be perfectly honest that was not why I chose to go there (although I’d like to think that I wouldn’t have considered it if it had a poor reputation.)   The real reason was that I had just […]

January 1, 2014
Irene Saiger


2013 In Review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Thank you for following me this past year.  Hope to try new things in the “new” year.  I promise to keep you posted. Here is an excerpt from Word Press.  The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This […]

December 25, 2013
Irene Saiger


Rolled Biscuits

Having grown up in New York, I couldn’t imagine a childhood free of snow, so each year, around  Christmas time, we piled our kids into the car and drove them to the mountains surrounding Los Angeles.  There were day trips to Angeles Crest, the trunk of the Volvo Wagon holding plastic saucers and black garbage […]

November 21, 2013
Irene Saiger


Linda’s Sweet Potato Pie

Norm said that the freezer is full, no room to fit another thing.  We are one week away, my Chanukah shopping is finished, the gifts are wrapped, the menus planned for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night.  All that’s left is the turkey, the sides and two more desserts, a chocolate ginger cake and pumpkin chocolate […]

November 11, 2013
Irene Saiger


Mini Sweet Potato Latkes

I always drew inside the lines, one of the reasons that I loved Paint by Number as a child.  My coloring books were neat and orderly, and the colors I chose were dictated  by convention,  no blue haired girls or purple suns in sight.  Although I took art classes all through high school, and worked […]

November 1, 2013
Irene Saiger


Savory Zucchini Mushroom Muffins

They came to America on the S.S. Argentina, sailing out of Genoa, Italy, in 1952,  my parents and sister, five-year old Anie.  My sister said our mother spent the entire trip in their cabin below deck, fighting seasickness.  Anie spent the days running around having fun, following our father who apparently spent most of the […]


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