Featuring delicious eats and luscious libations in Bangkok, Thailand.
Thailand Travel Blog Post Part 1
Featuring delicious eats and lively libations in Bangkok, Thailand.
Travel Blog Post: Is the All-Inclusive Worth it in Riviera Maya?
The all-inclusive experience from a pescatarian-vegetarian perspective in Playa del Carmen, Mexico: the food, the property, and the entertainment.
Ora: A Refined, Affordable Sushi Experience
The food here was mouthwateringly delicious and high-quality. The service here though could be improved. They don’t seem to have their act quite together…
Saucy Szechuan Eggplant RecipeCooks in 1 hour Difficulty Easy
I was inspired to cook Szechuan Eggplant after purchasing some Japanese eggplant from the farmers market. While I have cooked with regular eggplant many times, Japanese eggplant is long, lean, and purple. It’s absolutely beautiful. Szechuan eggplant is also quite simple to make, but you do need to baby the eggplant a bit since it is really easy to overcook and undercook it.
Table, Donkey and Stick Review: A Taste of Old World Europe in a Quaint Setting
Table, Donkey, and Stick takes an incredibly innovative approach to Old World European classics. I am excited to see the creative concoctions of new Executive Chef, Justin Moser. Table, Donkey, and Stick continues to add charm and uniqueness to a neighborhood saturated with restaurants.
Beet Tartare Crostini Recipe: Perfect for a Moody Dinner PartyCooks in 1 Hours, 30 Minutes Difficulty Medium
Hosting or going to a dinner party? Not sure what to make? Want to bring something different from the usual cheese and crackers? A beet tartare crostini will not only impress your guests, it will also please your gut. While beets do take time to prepare, they are absolutely gorgeous and vibrant (oh and healthy) – I wanted to make a unique and fun appetizer for a dinner party I went to so I figured why not make a twist on a traditional beef tartare? The beet tartare crostini was not only beautiful to the eye but also extremely pleasing for the palate.
Travel Blog Post: New Orleans Part 2, A Pescatarian Culinary Journey with Some Dancing
So what can I say, New Orleans is a weird city. I couldn’t live here, but I could live with the weather and all of its delicious food and cocktails. I appreciated the more relaxed vibe and how walkable of a city it is. It is easy to find what you’re looking for in NOLA, whether it’s a higher-end small plates restaurant or a binge when you’re hungover brunch spot. There are so many bars to choose from and with a selection of bars open till 5am or even 24 hours! If you’re looking for opulence or a chill night away from the tourists, you will be able to find your spot. Gritty and decadent, New Orleans is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, and flavors that will keep you coming for more.
Travel Blog Post: New Orleans Part 1, A Pescatarian Culinary Journey with Some Dancing
New Orleans – what a city! It really is unlike any other city I’ve ever been to and I’ve done some traveling. It’s the perfect storm of kitsch, seediness, amazing seafood, and hedonism in a background of despair and poverty.
Cellar Door Provisions Review: Minimalist, Bohemian Delicacies
Cellar Door Provisions is a cute, boho byob restaurant tucked away in Logan Square. Its front is unassuming, but as you walk in, you are greeted with gorgeous plants, sleek wood, and a minimalist decor nested in a small interior. It is an order at the counter type of restaurant, which gives it more of a casual vibe, though its prices are not casual. They have very unique, small plates with refined, complex flavors.