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Good Clean Fun at Dirty French
TweetI love French food… Mostly because I am a sucker for a good sauce, and no one does sauce better than the French. (Doesn’t hurt that I have a French last name too!) So, when my friend asked if I … Continue reading
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Not your mom’s chicken salad
TweetI’m normally the person who can be found ordering in, or heading to the local deli for lunch, which doesn’t always work out the best for my diet. I’ve been on the look out for new inspirations for lunch, and … Continue reading
Skirt Steak + Asparagus = Low Cal and Delish Dish for One!
TweetAs I posted a little while ago, I’ve really started to get into not only eating – but the cooking as well. (I’m still waiting on someone to clean up after me. I really am a tornado in the kitchen! … Continue reading
The end of the world…
TweetWell, it’s past midnight, and I’m still here. Guessing that means the world isn’t ending afterall. Phew. Now, I just have to make it through ONE MORE DAY of work for 2012, and I’ll be a happy woman! Then on to my fabulous … Continue reading
Are you a last-minute traveler?
TweetWell… you’re not alone. Nearly 60% of travlers reported waiting to book their travel because they’re afraid they’ll miss out on deals during the holiday season, according to a survey from ShopAtHome.com. What’s more nearly three-quarters of travlers say they’re … Continue reading
I’ll be home for Christmas…
TweetEight days left until Christmas…6 days left until I head to the airport… and 4 days left in the office. But who’s counting? I guess that would be me! I haven’t braved Herald Square to see the Macy’s windows, and … Continue reading
Burger and Beer Deal to Try
TweetFor New Yorkers, being on a budget is practically a necessity. But, it doesn’t mean you have to do without- you just have to look for the deals. For those craving a dining out experience without emptying your bank account, head to The … Continue reading
TweetSummer is in full, fierce, force here on the island of Manhattan. It’s not so much tropical, more like stifling. When it’s 101, with 90% humidity the last thing you want to do is eat something heavy, creamy or steaming … Continue reading
Road trips, castles and a Porsche…
TweetI recently sweet-talked my friend Everett into taking a road trip with me upstate, and neither of us had any idea that just an hour outside the city, there was so much to do and see.What makes a road trip even more … Continue reading
It’s a whole new “Vintage Point” in Sonoma, CA
TweetFrom Pinot Noir to Chardonnay… from Limos to SUVs… from porcinis to truffles — Sonoma is a wine drinker’s, food lover’s, nature enthusiast’s paradise. And, what’s a better way to start a vacation than with fall mushrooms? I honestly can’t think of anything better.