by Dianne Boate I have always had Russian neighbors in this San Francisco Richmond District apartment building. Many comings and goings of very interesting people, like the White Russian couple, both born in China, reuniting and marrying in San Francisco.
by Dianne Boate How Do You Find the Time? This is a loaded question, don’t you think? We do not “find” time, we make time for the things we care about.
by Dianne Boate In 1926, Stalin was coming to power; Lindbergh set a flying record; Mr. Cobb, who owned The Brown Derby, invented a timeless salad, naming it after himself; and—oh, yes!—the Balboa Theater began life here in San Francisco. The best reason to have a birthday party, and a birthday cake!
by Dianne Boate It is good to have strong opinions, but best to have the experience that laid the foundation for them before running off with arms flying in the air to express your ideas.
by Diane Boate If you love eggs and enjoy them scrambled or in omelet form, just one extra step will produce an eye-popping dish that can easily become your favorite thing to make.
by Dianne Boate Two little plastic boxes containing leaf-shaped copper cookie cutters were a gift from years ago that sat unopened on a shelf in the kitchen for a long time. Happy was the day I finally opened the packages, and found on the back of the box my new all-time favorite recipe for Rolled […]