Going Bananas

I was in the grocery store looking to buy some oat milk the other day when something else caught my eye. Banana milk. Say what? Yes, Mooala Banana Milk. It's dairy-free, nut-free, organic. I like bananas, so I decided to try it. I've since put it in my coffee and tea, and...it tastes like bananas... Continue Reading →

A Bierhalle in Belmont

Continuing with the Germany and beer theme, we ate at Trinktisch in Belmont, MA, a few weekends ago. Trinktisch is a beer hall that was started by the founders of the Craft Beer Cellar, which is one of Allen's most favorite places in the Boston area. The store carries many, many beers and you can... Continue Reading →

A Bevy of Biergartens

The Boston area seems to have really embraced the biergarten concept. This is a beautiful thing if you're a beer drinker. Within a few weeks' time, Allen and I visited three outdoor beer gardens within a 20-minute drive. Notch Brewing from Salem, MA, has set up shop in the Charles River Speedway in Brighton. It's... Continue Reading →

Chilling on the South Shore

My birthday destination this year was Scituate, a town about an hour south of Boston. We couldn't venture very far this year, because I had to travel for my college reunion the day after my birthday. Scituate was a nice little town on the ocean. Not too much going on, but we had some really... Continue Reading →

Feeling Hoppy

I'm checking off birthday list items at a glacial pace this year to match the glacial pace of my ankle healing. Since I'm still not very mobile, I'm kind of reduced to trying a lot of new food and drink. So, hop water. I'd heard about it in passing and took the opportunity to buy... Continue Reading →

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