The Foodie’s Greatest Hits

As I work to get my blogging mojo back, I’m taking a look at the posts that have the greatest number of hits in the hope of answering a simple question: What are readers looking for, when they come to The Family Foodie? You might be surprised, as I was, to discover than some of my simplest recipes are the most popular. I guess that might be because many people don’t cook at all these days, which means that even the most basic things–those we make most often–are a learning opportunity ....more

Rosemary Chicken and Red Potatoes

It’s been almost six months since my last post....more

What Not to Say

Last August, preparing to send The Girl off to college for her first year, I found myself caught up in ridiculous conversations every time I bumped into someone who knows our family....more

Cherry-Nectarine Cobbler

I’m not sure how it’s possible that this summer is nearly over....more

Home Again, Home Again

Well, I’m back from the first round of this summer’s travels–a trip to England, followed by a trip to Idaho (which is, trust me, almost as exotic a locale.)...more

When the Foodie Hits the Road . . .

Photo credit: Mark Spokes Foodie faithful, this summer will be filled with adventures the likes of which we haven’t seen in this corner of the blogosphere:...more

Refrigerator Garlic Dill Pickles

When we first moved to Texas, one of the things I noticed right away is that Texans are very serious about their pickles....more

The Return of The Foodie

You may have noticed that I’ve been gone for awhile. Partly, this was because the demands of my regular life had increased to the point that even One More Thing was too much to think about....more

Gluten-Free Gnocchi with Gouda, Bacon and Spinach

Photo credit: Ann@74 A few weeks ago, I was doing some errands on the other side of the city and wound up doing my grocery shopping at a new, much larger location of my favorite grocery retailer (Holla, HEB!)...more

Fitbit Flex (Product Review)

I had a birthday a couple of weeks ago–my 50th!...more