An Easter Tale – and Feast

Easter Egg Layers   An Easter Tale… Spring. Spring Break. Easter Sunday. The passage of time, and passing of family traditions. The Ducommun Family As a child, we would would often spend spring break at our grandparents house in the country, Calimesa to be exact. Our parents would come on Saturday to spend the night, […]

A Feast for Dad

The whole “famdamily” circa 1956    A Feast for Fad includes many recipes that are BBQ friendly and Dad approved! If Brunch is for Mother’s Day, then BBQ is definitely the call on Father’s Day. Mom loves to dress up and go out for breakfast. Dad, not so much. Dad loves to be out in […]

When Size Matters – A Tale of New Years

when size matters - a tale of new years

When size matters – A Tale of New Years… Let’s start at the beginning. My eldest son Chris and granddaughter Kailey decided to visit us the week after Christmas. The plan, stay and celebrate the new year in Northern California, visit Oma and hang. This is such a treat, I cannot even tell you. It’s […]

Christmas Morning – Let’s Eat

Christmas at LindySez's

As a child, and being of German ancestry, my family opened Christmas gifts on Christmas Eve. As children, we loved this. Santa Claus would visit our house before ANYone else’s and leave gifts under the tree while my grandparents took us out in their car to look at Christmas light displays. It was a well-known […]

Thanksgiving – the aftermath

thanksgiving the aftermath

So Thanksgiving is over. And what are you doing on the day after? Probably at the Black Friday sales, right? I’ve never done Black Friday. Not one to be fighting over that perfect sweater, or ready to buy that big screen TV. Besides, I have always found the prices to be better as Christmas gets […]

Thanksgiving – On the Side

The Ducommun Family (LindySez)

Everyone knows that turkey is the star on Thanksgiving, but what about those Thanksgiving – On the side dishes? You know, the often forgotten dishes. The ones everyone kinds of puts aside. Or do you just keep eating the same thing every year? It’s no secret I’m a traditionalist when it comes to my turkey. […]

Happy New Year from the Kitchen of LindySez

Perfect Sugar Cookie Icing

2013 has been a great year in the Kitchen of LindySez. I have my new nifty site created by my entrepreneurial son Chris, a lot of new delicious recipes, plus some oldie but goodies; and have enjoyed great food and wine with the best people in the world!       2014 should be great […]

A Baker Family Vacation – The Journey Home

Moab Utah

Monday, July 12 – Twin Lakes, CO to Steamboat, CO   On the road again, and we are glad of it. Too many days in one place, we need that scenery flashing before our eyes and are looking forward to spending a night camping in Stagecoach State Park. Another short day of driving. We leave […]

A Baker Family Vacation – Part 2 of 3

Part 2 of the Baker Family Vacation takes place in Twin Lakes Colorado, a town that, at the time, only had 20 full time residents.  So to say it’s a small town would be to put it mildly. The altitude is high, the air is thin, and the townsfolk like their peace and quiet. Before […]

A Baker Family Vacation Part 1 of 3

Baker family vacation part 1 of 3

This is an account of a family vacation we took to our friends wedding in Twin Lakes Colorado. A Baker Family Vacation. You’ve seen the movie Vacation, right? Well, A Baker Family Vacation can be something like a Griswold family vacation. You might wonder how this fits into this blog. Well, there is food in […]