This version of Borscht, the Ukrainian beet soup, is an easy to make versatile soup that is just as good served hot in winter as it is served cold in summer. The recipe is based on the borscht served at the famous Carnegie Deli.
Quick, easy, and absolutely delicious! This is one of my favorite base recipes of chicken and vegetables in a fabulous sauce of coconut milk and Thai red curry paste.
After three years of service, last Sunday was my last day as a hospice volunteer. Over the years I engaged with many people during their last days of their life’s journey. Their life stories made my life story richer, and I will never forget the man who set the bar incredibly high.
Seven years ago I set a life goal and forgot all about it. To my surprise and delight, I realized I had reached this #1 life goal without even trying!
The McDowell Sonoran Preserve, about 20 miles north east of Phoenix, is the largest urban preserve in the United States. It contains roughly 30,000 acres of the Sonoran Desert and the majority of the McDowell Mountains. The Preserve has lots of trails with varying degrees of difficulty. This morning I hiked the Gateway Loop, a 4.5 mile trail considered moderately difficult with an elevation gain of 650 feet.
The annual winter Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil show is one of the biggest, most prestigious gem and mineral shows in the world. Each year brings a vast showcase of stunning rocks, minerals, and lapidary arts.
The Truth About Women, Power, and Money. It’s not just a wage gap, it’s a surprisingly complex social paradigm.
We (human beings) create things for a purpose, so there must be a purpose in our creation, right? What is our purpose? Why are we here? How can we prove what we believe is true?
The Urban Dictionary defines butthurt as “an inappropriately strong negative emotional response from a perceived personal insult.” When you’re subjected to the incredibly dysfunctional American health care system, butthurt takes on a whole new meaning.
The surprise cancer diagnosis, and the mortifying realization of how I gave myself cancer had me reeling until the practical realities set in. What are all of the treatment options? What is the best treatment? What would or wouldn’t my sham of a health insurance policy cover? How much cash would I need upfront and how much debt would I add? Who do I tell, when do I tell them, and what do I say?