SUSAN HERRMANN LOOMIS
Speculoos is the golden spice cookie that comes wrapped in plastic and sits on the saucer of your espresso cup in nearly every cafe throughout the Hexagon. In the past
I planted my fig tree about seven years ago, to replace an ancient apple tree which was the "apple of my eye". She
My recent visit to Maine was a patchwork of memories and a blossoming of experiences to add to them. I moved there two minutes
I was strolling down the high street in Drogheda, Ireland, and suddenly my friend Trish Rogers, internationally known wine and food expert and author of
I think my rhubarb plant loves me. I blush to say this, but it's got to be true. Each season, it
Begorrah. Slainte. Shite. That’s about the sum of my Irish vocabulary, which I learned after spending a short week in the Ancient East coastal area
I know I'm just under the wire with this cherry recipe, but I rushed to get it perfected so that I could share it with you. So please run to
Salade Niçoise, how we all love this blend of potatoes, green beans, lettuce, tomatoes, anchovies, tuna and…WAIT !!! STOP!!! Do not EVER tell any self-respecting
I just read a piece by Jessica Knoll in the Global New York Times about “intuitive eating,” a fascinating concept. Come to find out, it’s an idea that surfaced in
Just like all the French, I'm travelling in August, to Maine. And I'm hoping you'll join me there! I'm offering two days of cooking classes in a lovely home overlooking the
What's the best thing about spring? I know, everything. But if you focus, bring it down
Last October, I hiked a good part of the Sentier des Douaniers, the winding trail that traces the coast of Brittany. Just last week I hiked another part of
Susan Herrmann Loomis | On Rue Tatin
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