Hey everyone! I spent last week in New York’s Finger Lakes (travel guide coming soon!), and am definitely missing vacation mode.
As I’ve mentioned before (probably ad nauseam), I adore brunch. I nearly always choose savory over sweet (eggs are nature’s perfect food for a reason, duh!) and while a variation on Eggs Benedict (**cough** Lobster Benny **cough**) will always reign supreme, I do love a good quiche!
I’m known for a few things: my love of Harry Potter, cats, and traveling; my excessive consumption of coffee; and my #ShireMargs.
And while any good margarita can stand on its own, we all know that margs are best when paired with guac, and that guac is best when it’s homemade.
I recently spent a long weekend in Philly, and it was perfect.
Since it looks like I may be back later this summer for a concert with a friend who’s never visited before, I made sure to pay attention to all the best spots!
I’m a foodie, and with that self-assigned title comes an awareness of food trends. Some are creative and fun, some are over-the-top, and some are just strange, but nonetheless, they’re a thing, and I’m fascinated by them.
As a born and raised Carroll County resident, I’ve tried a lot of restaurants over the years, and watched with interest as new places have popped up, our food scene has become slightly more adventurous, and some of my favorite spots have withstood the test of time.
Hi guys! Today I wanted to share my favorite gluten-free eats in Baltimore, so prepare…
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m an East Coast kinda girl. I cherish all four seasons (sometimes I experience them all in one week, since I’m a Marylander), I love being able to be in NYC in four hours or Charleston in eight, and I roll my eyes at every Californian who tries to convince me that Dungeness crabs can ever compare to blue.