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You know those dishes that you love, but you’ll only eat if they’re homemade? For me that’s any sort of salad made with mayo (chicken salad, tuna salad, potato salad, etc.). I usually like a lot more fixin’s and a … Continue reading
Since I was so good all week and brought my lunch… I decided to reward myself with a day off today! I had my heart set on some delicious noodles from Xi’an Famous Foods’ new midtown outpost (check out our … Continue reading
Like Hillary mentioned – sometimes, despite our best efforts, we don’t get everything on our weekend to-do lists accomplished – in fact most of the time I’m lucky if I get two items crossed off the list. BUT every once in … Continue reading
To tell you the truth I never really eat chicken. I’m super persnickety about where it comes from and apart from the occasional roast bird or late night chicken wings (gross, I know – the cocktails cloud my good judgment) … Continue reading
And to follow up Hillary’s seriously cheesy croque monsieur – the Cuban. Get that oven blazing and ready a pork loin – this is one sinful sandwich (notice it’s categorized as a vice). Pressed between sweet onion bread (I couldn’t … 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
Hillary showed us how to incorporate these seasonal berries into the perfect summery sweet treat but what are we to do when we want something a little more savory? Throw ’em in between two slices of bread – you’ll be … Continue reading
In my opinion, classics are made to be revisited, reworked and revamped. Apparently there’s more than one way to skin a cat (where did that expression even come from anyhow?) and many more ways to make tuna salad than with … Continue reading