I like cheese as much as the next person. So, for a lunch-date, Matt and I went to Murray’s Cheese Bar, adjacent to Murray’s Cheese Shop. I am literally going to stop apologizing for the erratic posting, but I have been doing well and honestly haven’t had much time for content creation.
Anyone who knows me know that I value making comfort food that works for you. Some people are comforted by health food. I like to take a break from health food and bust out the bacon, spaghetti, clams, and–wait, what?
Ever feel fabulously lazy? Ever feel like you don’t really want to get a whole bunch of rice you’re not going to wind up eating? Well, risotto is probably my favorite foods and I figured that buying it in a kit might take so much of the mystery out of its preparation. It was an interesting experience.
I was away for a week or so, apologies for the lack of posts. After my root canal, I had to eat a liquid diet. But then I had to start getting some nutrients, so my boyfriend had this great idea to go to Polish town of Greenpoint, New York. We went to a rustic joint called Karczma and you’ve never eaten a Polish grill plate like we have.
Sorry for the eratic posting. Between school and every single one of my friends having a birthday within the passed few weekends, I have been so busy. So I want to give you the pleasure of a legitimate post about how-to make easy portion-controlled meatloaf cupcakes with a thick, sweet wine glaze.
Sundays in my family consist of having a sweet breakfast, followed by going to Church, and then eating a nice fancy lunch. Sundays on campus, however, are lazy days where you wake up late and try to turn your relaxed brain back on to get into the homework flow and prepare for the school week. But lazy is not synonymous with boring and not creative. In this post, I will show you an easy outfit to put together with an even easier lunch menu to suit all your fashion and food needs.