The fridge finally arrived on Tuesday! Yippee! Though this is still an apartment-size fridge, it’s quite a bit bigger than my previous one. There is so much room inside I don’t know what to do with myself! The only downside is that the light is kinda funky. It’s a very pale blue that hardly lights
Hello there! How are you? Did you have a good weekend? Mine was quiet. A friend and I went out for dinner on Saturday where I enjoyed some tasty vegetable sushi. On Sunday, I cooked, cleaned and did laundry. Also, and I’m VERY excited about this, I watched Psych all day. The 100th episode of
I’ve always really liked the Everyday Food magazine, so I was shocked at the end of last year when I was notified that the publication would essentially be no more. In it’s place I would receive Martha Stewart Living for the remainder of my subscription and every once in a while a small insert issue
Food allergies—what a drag! I’ve talked about how I’m lactose intolerant here, but what I haven’t mentioned is some of the new food allergies I’ve developed in the last year. On December 30, 2011 I had my gallbladder removed. Since then I’ve developed an allergy to kiwi (my tongue swelled), sunflower (skin tingles), and most
What to do when it’s cold and dark outside—pretend it’s summer! Here’s a chicken sandwich that will make it feel like it’s sunny and warm out! Paired with homemade French fries and a glass of iced tea, you’ll forget it’s February! Chicken Sandwich and French Fries Serves 4 Ingredients 4 rolls 4 thin sliced chicken
It’s officially Winter now, and it’s frickin’ cold! We received about a foot and a half of snow in two days time (I think us Vermonters had forgotten what snow looked like after a less than typical winter last year, but now, we’ve remembered!). This cold weather definitely called for a warm, hearty meal that
I saw this recipe whilst reading the latest issue of Everyday Food (October 2012) and could not resist! This seemed like a big undertaking—I had never made potpie before, it seemed so intimidating. Well, let me ease your worries—it was anything but!