Miranda and Andrew worked the crowd's every emotion. With stirring ballads, boot-stomping strumming and humorous asides, the skilled duo melded their voices, at times sending a purposefully haunting chill soaring to the rafters and beyond!
This week I had the good fortune of sitting in on a cooking class at Furnace Falls Farm in Lyndhurst. I must admit up front that I am a sister to Wendy, one of the owners. However, I am also known to be honest to a fault. Therefore, you are certain to receive an unbiased opinion from me.
Chef Mark Beacock greeted the group of us as we gathered around the large harvest table in the bright country kitchen. Some guys might be intimidated by a swarm of middle-aged women looking for inspiration in the kitchen, but it was clear from the start that Mark was unfettered by his mature female students.
The class was advertised as a Gluten-Free and Vegan Summer Snack Class to help those of us with d...