The first Columbus Day celebration in America took place on October 12, 1792, when the Columbian Order of New York held an event to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the historic landing. Ironically enough, Columbus never “discovered” North America. His first landing was probably in the Bahamas.Continue reading “The History of Columbus Day”
I’ve picked this recipe to share today for two very good reasons. First, with the exception of some slices mushrooms and green onions, there isn’t much in the way of “dangerous” prep work involved. Secondly, Spain has a heavy influence in California cuisine.Continue reading “Smoked Paprika Spanish Chicken”
I don’t know about you, but I love skillet suppers in the summer. Any excuse NOT to use the oven while still serving up a hot, delicious meal works for me. With this particular chicken supper, some steamed rice and a toss salad is all you’ll need to make the meal complete.