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Jan 28, 2013

Have a SUPER Super Bowl Sunday!

It’s that time of year again, where people of all ages come together to drink beer, eat food, and collectively act like Neanderthals.  Nothing brings people together quite like Super Bowl Sunday.  You...

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WWOTW – Double Trouble

Today I am reviewing two wines because bad days require more than just one glass of wine.  Today was one of those days where just being “stressed out” seems like a walk in the park, and a nervous...

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Oct 25, 2012
Oct 18, 2012

WWOTW- Scandal, Surprise, and Slurping

Well this week I’m drinking out of Toby Keith’s beloved vessel, a red solo cup.  Classy I know, but my usual penguin adorned wine glass is temporarily retired due to the fact that my kitchen is getting...

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Thrifty Tapas in Midtown Manhattan

I know what you’re thinking; you can’t even sneeze in the city that never sleeps without spending $200. We’ll think again; 2 hours, a bottle of wine, 7 tapas, and $123.03 after sitting down; my two girlfriends...

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Sep 26, 2012
Aug 09, 2012

Restaurant Recipes at Home

There is often a certain stigma associated with being a foodie; why I have not figured out yet.  I mean really, is liking good food a crime, absolutely not! Wearing at outfit straight out of the 80’s,...

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From Farm (ers market) to table

Ok, so I know isn't really dining out, but this insider secret is something I felt I needed to share with my fellow food lovers; dining in is a great way to save money (big news right?) There is absolutely...

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Jun 27, 2012
May 01, 2012

$5 ‘Appy Hour

This past Thursday I visited one of my favorite spots for happy hour.  Located in Montgomery NJ, Tusk restaurant offers a phenomenal happy hour spread.  For $5 you can get pot stickers, sushi, calamari,...

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Wednesdays Wine of the Week- Kicking Butt and Taking Names

seriously cannot believe I am writing about a Riesling right now. One because I avoid Rieslings like dinner with your new boyfriend’s parents, and two because this particular bottle does not taste like...

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Aug 15, 2017
Aug 15, 2017

Wednesday’s Wine of the Week – Nine Lives

Blogs are like the yearbooks of writing, in a matter of seconds you can see where you were in life just one year ago. For those who have found the love of their life or that perfect job, thinking back...

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Fresh Veggie Quiche

While sitting in church last week I heard my priest mention an article about the contents of chef’s refrigerators and what it says about their personalities.  For those of you who are wondering what...

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Aug 15, 2017
Aug 15, 2017

Share and Share Alike- Eat Out Without Shelling Out

I know I’ve been on sort of a hiatus to say the least.. details will follow soon.  In short. my life was for the past year was pretty much a soap opera and I had no time or desire to write.  Fear...

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Save some green on red – an inexpensive red wine blend

Everyone’s favorite day of the week when I have an excuse to drink… I mean review wine has returned. That’s right Wednesday’s Wine of the Week is back and better than ever.  I’ve had over a year...

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Aug 15, 2017
Aug 15, 2017

Healthy and Hearty Toasted Breadcrumb and Anchovy Pasta

After two weeks of diligent trips to attempt to catch a fish with no avail, I decided to whip up a healthy pasta substitute to get my seafood fix.  While I thoroughly love that living less than 100 yards...

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Lobster Enchiladas with Dark Chocolate Sugarvpova Mole

  I have been accused of being many things; being a chocolate lover is not one of them.  Yes, I know many of us girls proudly call ourselves “chocoholics,” however I have always had more...

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Aug 15, 2017
May 16, 2013

WWOTW- Dream a Little Dream for Me

Marilyn Monroe once declared diamonds to be a girl’s best friend.  Clearly she was never a stressed out 24 year old on a budget.  When the soundtrack to your life seems like circus music on repeat...

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WWOTW- She’s a Laday

The great writer Shakespeare once asked “What’s in a name?”  I doubt when he wrote the profound question he ever fathomed a name like “Sweet Bitch” would come along. Personally I would love...

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May 02, 2013
Apr 25, 2013

The “X” factor

For the first “Winseday” in a while, I find myself with a moment to actually sit and relax.  Of course what that really means is I finally have some time kick back and share my musings about an affordably...

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