Wings and Things

I LOVE meat. Vegetarians at this point, you might want to look away because this week, it’s all about meat. Two of my favorite kinds of meat are chicken wings (preferably fried or as hot wings) and ribs (short rib, baby-back or spareribs). I could and would eat wings and ribs everyday if I wasn’t […]

Hidden Gem: Ferragosto Festival in the “Little Italy” of the Bronx

I’ve lived in New York City my entire life and I am still amazed at how this City continuously surprises me. This is a tale about a little neighborhood in a borough that could easily be overlooked by the average New Yorker and by tourists. The borough is the Bronx and the neighborhood is called […]

Sweet Bite: So Pretty and So Tasty

The route to yummy usually begins in one of two ways: either by sight or by smell. In some cases, both sight and smell play a role in the journey to yummy-ville. Lately, I’ve been thinking about packaging and how it can increase the delightful reception of baked goods. Recently I made chocolate chip brownies […]

Carrot Cake: The “Everything But the Kitchen Sink” of Cakes

My favorite form of baked goods is the cupcake.  Eating a cupcake is like enjoying a treat that was specifically baked for you and only you. I enjoy baked goods so much so that I even enjoy baking baked goods. Every once in a while I frenzy bake.  What I mean by this is that […]

Nature is a Mad Scientist

Nature is defined as, the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth, as opposed to humans or human creations. There is nothing more diverse and beautiful to me than the plants that are produced in nature. Flowers and trees can either be jewels that […]