One thing Keith and I dearly love to do is to visit the local Maryland and Pennsylvania vineyards. We have a favorite where we go on summer evenings with a picnic basket. They have a dance floor under the stars and live Big Band on Friday and Saturday nights. It's so wonderful to hear the tunes from WWII and the swing era. Since it's out in the country there are no street lights. So if you can imagine dancing cheek to cheek with your honey surrounded by thousands of fireflies-- well, it's really dreamy! And what's Bewitched got to do with it? Well all the recipes are named after Bewitched characters. Hmmm...I think I'll have to post a Harvey Wallbanger cake, too! *****Established towards the end of the 19th century, Galliano, (also known as Liquore Galliano) is a sweet, yellow Italian herbal liqueur. Named after Italian-Abyssianian military war hero, Major Giuseppe Falliano, Galliano is flavored with various herbs, flowers and spices, including anise, licorice and vanilla, giving it an unique taste. Its popularity is associated with the Harvey Wallbanger. From this has sprung a huge demand for Galliano as a straight liqueur, in mixed drinks and for cooking.