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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
I love tabboulleh. Love love love. Partly because it’s so refreshingly delicious and partly because it reminds me of my hometown. There’s a great deli on the West side of Cleveland called Joe’s. Just down the road from where my … 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
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
This past week I was trolling the neighborhood, looking for a good lunch spot, when I stumbled upon Brooklyn Larder. This fantastic little provision shop has cured meats, a variety of cheeses, local ice creams, brews and really great looking … Continue reading
What meal is both cheap AND interactive? Tacos of course. It is always so much fun to make a taco exactly how you like it (EXTRA sour cream, cheese and hot sauce pour moi…), and since the ingredients are so … Continue reading
Sometimes you actually do want too much of a good thing. Like shrimp. I simply couldn’t narrow it down to one preparation this week so you all get to hear about two. Shrimp, to me, is one of the finest … Continue reading