The Greenway

The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway is Boston’s gift to the street walker. It is a large part of Boston’s Emerald Necklace, or the various parks and recreation centers dispersed within the city. The Greenway was one of the last steps in the compeltion of the Big Dig which placed the Mass Pike underground and opened … Continue reading

Eggs Florentine Sandwich

Whole Wheat Toast + Sauteed Spinach + Red Dragon Cheese + Fried Egg + Tomatoes + Whole Wheat Toast = Eggs Florentine Sandwich     I wanted to get rid of the heaviness of hollandaise sauce and replace it with something that has a little bit of a bite. I had some red dragon cheese, … Continue reading

Pictographic Recipes

I came across some of these illustrations which diagram recipes. How FUN! I follow an infographic blog by fastcodesign.com and always feel ashamed of my talentless hands. Their post which featured the food illustrations from Katie Shelly made me forget how bad I draw for a second because I concentrated on translating the recipes. So … Continue reading

Haymarket’s Favorite Cheese

I had a chance to speak with the owner of one of Haymarket’s staple vendors. Harry’s Cheese and Cold Cuts has been offering incredible deals on specialty cheeses and cold cuts at its Blackstone Street address for more than 20 years. His incredibly low prices, central location, and of course, friendly and happy demeanor keep  people coming … Continue reading

PB&N Snack Attack

When your tummy is arumblin’ for something sweet, look no further than this peanut butter & nutella cracker.   5 Reasons Why You’ll Love It five: The Wasa cracker is healthy and hearty. four: It’s natural. Use natural peanut butter without added salt or sugar. Nutella has no artificial preservatives. three: Everyone loves strawberries. two: It … Continue reading

Roasted Vegetable Lasagna

Craving carbs and needing a good meal to reheat for later in the week, I decided on Veggie Lasagna. It’s perfect fridge food, cold or reheated. I made it on Monday and it’ll be good til Saturday when I leave for Spring Break in Florida. First, I chopped some zucchini, squash, and broccoli, dressed them … Continue reading

Souper Simple Lentil Soup

I’m gonna break this down in less than 100 words and let the pictures do the talking. Get a medium onion, two stalks of celery and one or two large carrots (aka the holy trinity) chopped up and sauteeing in some olive oil.               Add a can of tomatoes … Continue reading

Living the Sheen Dream

This post will be dedicated to Winning. If you’ve had enough of the Sheen, I apologize, but it’s been a tsunami. And I’ve been riding it with a mercury surfboard. So much ridiculousness has been going on with Sheen quotes this week.  Livethesheendream.com, a quote generator, crashed last night because of the volume of traffic … Continue reading

Women as early as 5, Boys as late as 25

My friend, Tyler, a female, recently posted a link to a story on WSJ titled Where Have The Good Men Gone? It instantly became a hot topic among her friends. Her brother, boyfriend, and boyfriends friends began firing back. I realized the the hilarity of it all. It’s been over 90 years since women gained … Continue reading

Really American French Toast

What do you do with a stale baguette? Give it an American Revolution. Last Thursday, I was loving the fact that Whole Foods had $1 baguettes. The next morning, I was disappointed to find that it was so hard, I could have banged it against the counter and broken the cheap veneer. The only sure, … Continue reading