Two immortals discuss Labor Day Think about it, all characters are immortal. Two of them, Rosa and Serafina were born in imagination. They had parts to play in my historical mysteries. For me they won't die and for anyone else who cares to read their words, they will in some way remain alive. One thing about them, Rosa and Serafina comment. Sitting on some fat cloud and enjoying perfect weather they look down on war and peace, perhaps on this parade in New York in 1909 when Labor Day was … [Read more...] about Why Do They Call It Labor Day If No One Works?
Being immortal, Serafina and Rosa do no cooking. They imagine, and the food appears. But even immortals think this recipe is easy. It involves a little refrigeration, a bit of draining, but no baking. Unless of course you want to make everything by hand—the cow, the cheese, the cake, the marmalade, the frosting … Ingredients 2 lbs. ricotta, drained 1 cup powdered sugar, sifted (maybe a touch more) 1 cup chocolate, chopped into bits Orange marmalade, about 1/4 of a … [Read more...] about 30 Minute Sicilian Cassata