Author Archive for E'Louise Ondash
Talk to author, food writer and cooking teacher Kitty Morse for a few minutes about Morocco and you’ll be ready to pack your bags and fly away to this exotic North African country. And when you page through her latest book, “Mint Tea and Minarets: A Banquet of Moroccan Memories,” you’ll also feel her intense […]
My Midwest friends just don’t get it; they don’t understand the desert.
Always on the lookout for products that make travel more fun and hassle-free, I’ve discovered the following:
Longtime San Diego County residents will remember the morning in 1978 when they awoke to the news of the deliberately set fire that incinerated the San Diego Air & Space Museum in Balboa Park.
Washington, D.C., may have its Cherry Blossom Festival, the South may celebrate its azalea season, but San Diego County has — well, what are those trees with the explosion of white blossoms anyway?
OK, I admit it.
It’s beginning to look a lot like winter here in Southern California. Here in North County, we enjoy walking in the cold morning air and sliding into the hot tub on these crisp, clear nights. But the nice thing about California is that, if it’s genuine winter you want, you can find it not too […]
You can’t swing a cat without hitting a historic landmark in Boston.
Gifts and gadgets to help with your holiday listIf you need practical and clever gifts and gadgets for the gadabouts on your holiday list, here are some ideas that both veteran and novice travelers will love.• Touted for their antioxidant properties (said to help protect against cell damage), aroniaberries (often called chokeberries) now come […]