First and foremost,
I want to thank Joey, Cheryl, Jasreel and Reiko for planning the mini surprise celebration for me at my house. 266 more words
Eight. I can’t believe it. How’d we get to 8 so fast? Seems just like yesterday it happened all too fast. Now, don’t get me wrong, had someone suggested that “it goes quick” when you were into overnight feedings and not sleeping all night I would have grinned and said “uh-hu,” but secretly I was wishing just for a night of sleep and for “it” to go by quick. 454 more words
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Known as “buñuelos” in much of Latin America, El Salvador calls these traditional Easter fritters “nuégados” and they’re almost always accompanied by a toasted corn drink called “chilate.” There are many different varieties of nuégados with the most popular one being nuégados de yuca, but a Salvadoran acquaintance recently introduced me to nuégados de guieno (banana nuégados), which are much easier to make. 578 more words
I have emerged from what turned out to be a very busy and emotional past two weeks- for several reasons. I attended two memorials over the weekend: one for an unfortunate and sudden passing of a colleague’s husband who was in a car accident, made exceptionally more untimely because they are expecting their first-born child in June. 386 more words