A recipe in Food Network Magazine caught my eye the other day. A Hollywood chef had catered a party for one of my faves, Sofia Vergara and her fiancé Joe Manganiello. The super sexy couple wanted food that was delicious and yet light. This shrimp is definitely delicious, and I can’t believe that it is
I love a good cup of joe in the morning, especially in the summer when I can actually savor and enjoy it. I know many physicians say it’s okay to have a cup of coffee a day, but I for some reason worry about caffeine and the baby. I’m just not sure how well it
I love being pregnant. I also don’t love being pregnant. One of the funniest (er… kind of funny) things about being pregnant is all of the *cough* advice that people give. One of my best friends shared this video with me, and I just can’t stop loving it. Feel free to join me.
Yolks not cooked? Funky greenish brown stuff around the yolk? Straight up runny egg white? I have your solution. Martha Stewart educated me in the art of the perfectly boiled egg, and I appreciate her so. Perfectly Boiled Eggs I boil 4 eggs at a time, but according to Martha, you can boil
Now that I’m pregnant, I can’t have anything. Ok, that’s dramatic. I can’t have a lot of things that I normally would reach for every day (cold turkey sandwiches, hot cup of coffee in the morning, glass of wine…). The struggle is real on that last one. Anywho, when I saw a recipe for Avocado
I thought it was fitting to begin this blog with a quick blurb about one of my favorite things in the world: salt. I’m much more of a savory/salty kind of person versus a sweet one. (That goes for both food and personality.) Here are my ponderings on salt: Table salt: Use sea salt like