These cookies are gluten and dairy free. Not to mention wheat, sorghum flour, and nut free. They are great for Thanksgiving. I use Glutinous Rice Flour which works well for sweet rolls, etc. Plus potato starch to give it stability.  The Grapeseed oil gives a lighter taste in place of butter (dairy). You can use olive, canola or sunflower oil. This is the first time I’ve made these. Not sure how well they freeze but
Here we go again. Covid round two is here and while people struggle with working remotely, whether to home school their children or take a chance and send them to school – at least you sort of know what to expect for this next round. For some businesses Covid put a real damper on things, others are busier than before. Where do you fall? Back in February I moved temporarily to Pensacola, FL. After seven
This article was published in Summer 2020 Nor’Easter for TONE (Tartan Owners Northeast; page 3).  For the rest of the series go here. Editor’s Note: At the time of the composition of this article, the United States was in “Shelter in Place” mode due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Though some of the restrictions have eased, the message of this article continues to apply. It was a great day sailing and another majestic sunset. Rounding the
This article was published in Winter 2020 Nor’Easter for TONE (Tartan Owners Northeast; page 3).  For the rest of the series go here. It’s 4:00pm and the last tender from Grand Cayman Island left the dock an hour ago. Everyone’s safely on board and we’re heading for Cozumel. As I prepare to get ready for dinner, I realize I lost my prescription reading glasses. I had been wearing my distance glasses; and thought I tucked
Woohoo! Boating season is here. That means it’s time to check your emergency (safety) equipment. There’s nothing worse than being out on the water when an emergency strikes. Your loved one or friend becomes suddenly-in-command. They can’t find your equipment. Or, worse yet, it is old, falling apart or missing. According to the Chapman’s Piloting book there are seven items the US Coast Guard inspects on a boat. My list below has eight. Other items