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We know, it has been a WHILE since we posted anything. But to be fair, the 2 kitchens have gone through quite a few changes in the past six months. For starters, both of us moved into brand NEW kitchens; … Continue reading
I love when this happens…you start out making lunch from whatever needs to be used up in the fridge (and cupboard)…and then you suddenly find yourself getting inspired, adding a little more of this & a little of that until … Continue reading
Thank goodness there is finally a chill in the air. I echo Amy’s sentiments about Autumn — it is definitely my favorite season. Sweaters, cords, and the smell of freshly sharpened #2 pencils create a heavenly atmosphere. There are lots … Continue reading
With my window fan having been firmly in the off position for four nights in a row I think it’s safe to say my favorite season has hit. To me Autumn has always seemed like more of a time for … 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
It’s been a hot couple of days here in New York. I mean super super hot. The funny thing is though, it hasn’t stopped me from wanting pasta. I just want it cold now. I thought a bright summery pesto … 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 think I’ve mentioned it before, and I’ll say it again, eggs are my favorite. If prince charming came along one day he need only bring a carton of eggs to make me swoon (ok, that might be a slight … Continue reading
What is it about a meaty bolognese sauce that makes it so much more than the sum of its parts. A huge thanks to those first Bologn-ites (?) that thought to slow simmer a pot of carrots, beef and some … Continue reading