Brunch in an Igloo

Allen and I splurged for our anniversary and had brunch in an igloo at a neighborhood restaurant called Article 24. We haven't eaten at any restaurants in a while, so it was an odd yet familiar feeling. The igloo was heated and had a table set for six, so we had plenty of space. We... Continue Reading →

A Taste of Paris Around the Corner

I've lived in my current apartment for almost two years, and I've walked by a shop around the corner called New Paris Bakery countless times for almost two years. It never looked open when I happened to be walking by. It has old-timey ephemera displayed in the windows, including a sign announcing a 100-year-anniversary celebration... Continue Reading →

Farmstands in the Fall…

Ah, farmstands. There's nothing like a visit to a farmstand in the fall: pumpkins, decorative gourds, apple cider donuts, mums... I love my local farmstand, but it is small. We tried to visit it a few times this fall, but there was always a long line out front. Time to find another farmstand. We found... Continue Reading →

Brassica Oleracea Var. Botrytis

...better known as "cauliflower." Over the past few years, I've seen so many new ways to eat it. Riced cauliflower, cauliflower mashed potatoes. The list just grows. Because I've always been a fan of cauliflower, I've tried a variety of items this year, including breadsticks, dips, and snacks. A company called From the Ground Up... Continue Reading →

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