I was a sensitive young girl of 15, who couldn’t find anyone with whom to eat lunch at Winthrop High School. I was chubby, wore glasses, and bought most of my clothes at rummage sales and thrift shops, but I loved to write! I enjoyed my own company and that of my family and a few close friends.
The Brass Sisters aka The Food Flirts are honored to be selected as one of three nominees for a James Beard Foundation Award for "The best Television Program, on Location."
The Brass Sisters Featured on Northeastern University News Website
We thought you might like to see this essay I wrote, which was posted on the Porter Square Books new blog, “It’s Not Just A Book”
t's that time of year when everyone starts planning what he or she is going to bake and serve at the holidays. Our friends at YANKEE Magazine visited us in our kitchen in Cambridge, Massachusetts to see how the Brass Sisters get ready for the holidays.
THOUGHTS OF HOME: GROWING UP IN WINTHROP, MASSACHUSETTS!
I’ve often said that time smooths out the rough edges of sorrow, and we really believe that’s true. We love to remember all the good things we learned from our father and the good times we had as a family.
For those of you who would like to take a trip down memory lane with the Brass Sisters, this post is for you!
I know that a lot of our Facebook Friends are celebrating their mothers today, so we thought we’d post a few comments about our mother, Dorothy Katziff Brass who died in April 1962 when I was 20, and my sister Sheila, the other part of the Brass Sisters was 25.
What A Wonderful Way To Spend An Afternoon -- Brown Sugar Brownies and Minus The Moo Ice Cream!