Where's Cindy Singing Next?

  • Dinah, Trouble in Tahiti; Mrs. Clancy, The Italian Lesson, Piccolo Opera San Antonio 2014
    November 1, 8 p.m. November 2, 2:30 p.m. http://www.operapiccolasa.com/
  • Sadler, Simpson & Trevino in Concert, Hallettsville Cultural Events Center, 2014
    Selections from Aida, Don Carlo, Il trovatore, La gioconda, and more. Sunday, September 21, 2 p.m. Hallettsville Cultural Events Center Hallettsville, TX
  • Carmen, Carmen in Concert, Hallettsville Cultural Events Center, 2014
    Saturday, August 30, 2 p.m. https://www.hallettsvilleculturaleventcenter.org/
  • Prince Orlovsky, Die Fledermaus, Syracuse Opera, 2014
  • Gertrude, Romeo et Juliette, Austin Lyric Opera 2015
    January 24, 29; February 1 www.austinlyricopera.org

Cindy on Stage

  • Marcellina, The Marriage of Figaro, Jacksonville Symphony 2014
    I play dress-up for a living.
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I still cook with olive oil, but I've become increasingly enamoured of coconut oil and enjoy cooking and baking with it. The one from Tropical Traditions is so mild it doesn't even impart a coconut flavor to your cooking.

Jealous of your fresh-pressed oil from France. Not jealous of having to lug big jugs of it around. ;p)


I could not live without Olive Oil...well, I could live, but not as happily! After my doctor told me never to heat Olive Oil to saute with (it doesn't just lose its anti oxidant properties, the fatty acids will be structurally damaged and will generate DNA-damaging oxygen radicals in the body...yikes!) I started using coconut oil to cook with...which I love too!

I used to haul home huge cans of olive oil from the olive press in our village in France, but sheesh that stuff is heavy. Now I just enjoy it here, and look forward to having it be part of our vacation ritual.


Thanks for the link, Kim. The book looks fascinating. So, did you ever harvest and cure your backyard olives?


Great book.


My father and hubby read it. Sounds like your Texas olive oil place is the real deal!

We had an olive tree in our yard in suburban Southern California :-)

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