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Category Archives: Bacon
We’re really getting down to the wire on the big day… If some of you are struggling with last minute gift ideas we figured we’d help you out with some DIY edible gifts. I was perusing theKitchn.com for inspiration when … Continue reading
OK so clam chowder might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you have a hankering for potatoes but it is one of the main ingredients so maybe you can grant me a little leeway here… Being … Continue reading
Sometime in the past year, I’m not sure exactly when, Hillary introduced me to the best b.l.t. I’ve ever had. A cute little spot located right in my neighborhood (dangerous) – Choice Market really knows what they’re doing. It doesn’t … Continue reading
This week I re acclimated myself with two long lost loves. 1. Iceberg lettuce (pipe down health nuts, I know it basically has the nutritional value of a glass of water) and 2. Bacon. I know what you’re thinking, “Amy … Continue reading
I was about 99% ready to make Ina Garten’s lentil vegetable soup after the string of dreary days we had last week — I went to hear Ina speak at the 92nd Street Y last summer and her response to … Continue reading
I, like Hil, am finding the road to moderation-ville a little bumpy. It’s not that I have a problem eating healthful things, the problem is that they all taste so good paired with bacon… I swear I tried to overlook … Continue reading
Vive la France! … and their delicious food. Why are mini food items always more delicious and appealing than their normal-sized counterparts? Maybe because we feel less guilty about eating 10 of them? Or because they are just so cute? … Continue reading
Anyone who’s ever driven through Ohio has probably noticed the vast farms and cornfields that flank our major highways. In fact, the state contains more than 13million acres of farmland. Funny farm related story: a parent of a close college … Continue reading