Quiche, a simple egg dish that can be eaten any time of the day. I have known about Quiche for a while, but never built up the nerves to make one. A co-worker would rave about the delicious Quiche she'd just had and I would think, "I should make one?" My fiancée and I are on a home-made meal kick plan (way too … Continue reading Spinach Quiche: Made the easy way
Since starting this "cook at home journey," again, I've tried many dishes that I hadn't in the past. My "go to" home meals usually consisted of fish tacos, lasagna, and baked chicken with an easy to make side. Nonetheless, I still hold those dishes dear to my heart, but I'm adding more to my plate. … Continue reading Creamy Zucchini Pasta & Spinach
So, it's Fall and the nippy weather makes me want to curl up in a fuzzy throw and eat heavy, creamy foods (doesn't matter if the food is hot or cold). I tried this new creamy potato soup recipe for the first time - courtesy of divascancook.com - however I made some adjustments to suit my cooking style and … Continue reading Starchy, chunky, creamy goodness: Potato Soup
As if work isn't stressful enough, add a little peer bullying and sexism. The time spent at work is like being at a second home. We generally spend a lot of hours in the same room, mingling with the same people. The New York Times published an article highlighting, in particular, Sexism in the Kitchen. To view article, click here.
Sunset Park’s Industry City has been named the new home to 100+ local vendors for those brave enough to weather the cold. The entrance will be at 241 37th Street – starting October 17, 2015 till March 2016, 10a.m.-6p.m. – those there to try new foods as well as shop will peruse the 50,000 square foot indoor venue without the frostbite.
This food lovers haven was launched in 2011 as a spin-off of the Brooklyn Flea market, founded by Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby in 2008. The extensive line-up of food vendors will cater to thousands every weekend for the next six months.
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Chick-fil-A will open its first ever free standing restaurant on October 3rd, 2015 at 37th Street and 6th Avenue in Midtown, Manhattan. Founder, Truett Cathy, opened his first restaurant in Hapeville, Georgia in 1946 known at the time as Dwarf Grill. It wasn't until years later he established Chick-fil-A, Inc. and opened the first restaurant … Continue reading NYC Welcomes Chick-fil-A: Where Apple meets Chicken
Brooklyn held its annual LGBTQ+ Family Pride Parade on Saturday, June 13th. Amongst its spectators - a little girl - who was an inspiration to all. Using the pavement as her very own chalkboard, she wrote genuine encouragements. Those walking in the parade, as well as watching; viewed the brightly colored messages that read, "Good for you & good … Continue reading Brooklyn Pride 2015: Through a child’s eyes
Bar life in New York City is filled with an array of people, usually clusters of friends; but it also has something else...shoes! This is one of the world's most fashion forward cities; so it is not unexpected to find shoes of all kinds high-stepping it in the up and coming neighborhoods of Brooklyn. Of course this is … Continue reading Heel to Toe at Brooklyn’s local bar
Frank Posillico, video editor at The New York Daily News, has worked his way up in the business and continues to do so. Posillico, one of the youngest members of The New York Daily News and SUNY at Stony Brook graduate, has managed to use his skills from his time at Stony Brook as Editor-in-Chief … Continue reading “America’s Tabloid Joins the Video Revolution”
It was as if winter did not want to let go. The short days and below freezing temperatures are not the best times during winter. Although it brings beautiful snow, before the dirt gets to it, and clear skies at times; winter is like that distant relative that shows up when you're not ready. This … Continue reading “Endless Winter”