The two faced chicken meets the chicken who turns the other cheek and you end up with the open faced chicken. I think somehow that’s about how it all goes down. Either way this tasty junction of caprese salad, chicken … Continue reading
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#Brocation2011 had high expectations. Park Ranger, MJ, the Senator and I had been planning our big vacation for months and the time had finally arrived to embark on the journey. To be honest, it wasn’t much of a journey for … Continue reading
[Yes, I know this is a day late. Yes, I know it’s actually Wednesday. Yes, I am sleep deprived and super busy this week.] Seafood. Seven Five Seven. Simply Satiating. They say there’s nothing like going home. New York can … Continue reading
Posted in The Pursuit of Happiness, Wine & Dine
Tagged 757, arts, crab cakes, crafts, festival, fries, Hampton, oysters, Poquoson, scallops, seafood, shrimp
If you worked with me then you would appreciate the wonders of feta. My colleague and friend is Greek and so I’m always up to date on the finer aspects of Greek culture, their financial aptitude withstanding. In fact, Lady … Continue reading
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Crazy to think how fast two years goes by when you’re living the life of an adult in New York City. Alas, it has as of today, two whole years since I lost my hero, my dad. I have written … Continue reading
Making your own pizza is a great way to explore creativity with ingredients. It’s also a fun way to get rid of some of the hangers-on in your fridge. Three Cheese Sausage and Pepper Pizza Whole Wheat pizza dough (frozen … Continue reading
Posted in Wine & Dine
Tagged basil, cheddar, gorgonzola, Italian, mozzarella, peppers, pizza, pork, sauce, sausage, tomato, whole wheat
Bank of America Corp. (BAC) announced Thursday they’ll be instituting a new $5 monthly fee for what looks like most of their debit card users. They’re excluding those with premium checking accounts (over $20,000 in combined balances) and existing college … Continue reading
Posted in Educated Opinion
Tagged ATM, BAC, Bank of America, Chase, Citi, credit card, debit card, fee, finance, rewards, SunTrust, TD Bank, Wells Fargo