Marcus thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview. It’s of the utmost importance to get the word out on the initiative that you started. I for one really appreciate it especially because my son is on the Spectrum
Now that the hot, sticky days of late summer have melted into the cool, crisp evenings of autumn, comforting fall food and drinks come to center stage. Seasonal flavors, such as maple, apple and yes, even pumpkin, replace the desire for melons, citrus and floral flavors. Warmed drinks help chase the chill of late fall evenings away.
Renaissance always seemed to be playing a show somewhere in the New York Metropolitan area when I was growing up. I heard announcements for their concert appearances constantly on the local radio stations;
Autumn, the crisp air, apple pies, fall foliage and warm sweaters are just a few of my favorite things. An old fashioned hearty vegetable bean stew is a perfect warm you up on a chilly fall day and a great way to utilize the remaining vegetables from your garden.
I worked there for a few years, 1962-1965 mixing an egg blend sold to bakeries and hospital kitchens used in breads. I went on long drives into farmland to load our truck with the freshest eggs obtainable.
At the end of a phone conversation with my Mom, one in which I was bemoaning, between sighs, a litany of ridiculousness that somehow had all wedged into a single day, she responded at the (almost) close with “Well, keep your dauber up.” I paused
One phone call from Boston changed our lives and introduced our family to a baby girl with Down syndrome. We were excited about the news of adopting a baby, yet we never thought this baby would bring such an impact to our….