Archive for January 2018

Recipe: Mini Bell Pepper Nachos

Recipe: Mini Bell Pepper Nachos
To me, Superbowl Sunday is about the food and the game, most of the time. However, I have very little interest in the Eagles or the Patriots. SO, this year, it is ALL about the food. I wanted to share a recipe from SkinnyTaste, in case you are looking for a fun appetizer, that’s a... Read more »

Recipe: Kung Pao Chicken Zoodles

Recipe: Kung Pao Chicken Zoodles
My senior year in college, my roommates and I ordered Chinese takeout every Thursday night. With no class on Fridays, it was our kickoff to the weekend. We paired it with watching Grey’s Anatomy and prepped for a night out. It was one of my most favorite nights in college! I don’t order Chinese food as... Read more »

6 Burgers to try this Month

6 Burgers to try this Month
It seems like burgers are quickly appearing on every menu, and it’s getting competitive too. Who is combining the best meat, the perfect cheese, the freshest bun, the right toppings and sauce too. Burgers are indeed all the rage. Below is a list that ranges from simple to creative and a must-try. Owen & Engine:... Read more »
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Recipe: Turkey Stuffed Peppers

Recipe: Turkey Stuffed Peppers
There are certain recipes I consider to be my ‘go-to’s’. To me, these recipes are reliable, easy to make, not too time consuming, healthy and delicious. Turkey stuffed peppers are quickly moving into my top five ‘go-to’ recipes. I love Gina’s recipe, but I did make a few adjustments to add more flavor. I use freshly made turkey... Read more »

5 Cozy Places to Dine this Winter

5 Cozy Places to Dine this Winter
It’s easy to stay home when the temps drop to single digits. However, there are so many cozy spots in Chicago to visit that are worth braving the cold. Below is a list of five places to try this winter that are cozy-chic establishments not to be missed. Summer House Santa Monica: The interior of... Read more »

Recipe: Belgian Waffles

Recipe: Belgian Waffles
One of my favorite moments during the holiday season is Christmas morning. We take forever to open gifts while sipping hot coffee and nibbling on coffee cake and then finally get around to making breakfast at 2:00 pm. It. Is. The. Best. I used to always make biscuits, but this year we got a waffle maker... Read more »
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