Small Town Simple

The Simplicity Adventures of a Mother and Daughter

When Opportunity Knocks (or even whispers)

Sometimes our lives get to bend a little.  A moment to stretch our wings, change directions, look a different way.  That bending can even take a little squaring of the shoulders as we allow ourselves to participate in the new and different.  To avail ourselves. And so it happened last week when I walked into a classroom to learn a […]

Coming From the Kitchen

Some days just beg for a little something extra from the kitchen.  Maybe it is in the form of a celebration.  Or possibly it provides a little extra dose of comfort.  For me?  I simply love the rhythm of the kitchen.  The clink of dishes, the sound of beeping, telling me something is ready.  And I thoroughly enjoy pulling a chair […]

A Page From An Everlasting Meal

Tamar Adler had me with her extended title, Cooking with Economy and Grace.  I loved those words and what they represented.  I immediately reflected on some meals of my grandmothers; simple, humble, satisfying.  So when I read about this book, quite some time ago, on Carmella Rayone’s blog, Assortment, I knew this was a book I would […]