Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day both give us reasons to celebrate this month with delicious and heartwarming foods. So, without monkeying around (this being the Year of the Monkey), here are two recipes to celebrate these holidays.
It’s well after midnight, and I’m in the kitchen enjoying a private binge of frozen cake straight from the package.
Time to correct the record
I vacuumed today. The whole house.
“Olives are passion fruit, you know,” my friend, Barb, confided to me. “I’ll have to remember that,” I replied, chuckling.
Are you looking to improve your health, but tired of making New Year’s resolutions that fall by the wayside way too soon?
As a product of two generations of union labor and a Democratic candidate for state representative in the 170th Legislative District, I am deeply concerned about the controversial Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association case that has made its way to the Supreme Court and could deeply hurt many families in the Northeast and others like us across the county.
What do Eagles and pigs have in common? Neither can fly — at least not this year. But pig skin will fly in San Francisco on Feb. 7, as Super Bowl 50 (not Super Bowl “L”) celebrates its golden anniversary. Before that happens, however, there’s Groundhog Day on Feb. 2.
Choose peace, not violence
“Help me, Dad …”