NYC Eats

In 2019, I went to New York for the first time, and I have been itching to get back ever since. So, I figured turning 30 was a good enough excuse as any to make it back to the Big Apple. My friends Chris, Andrew, and Anthony came up from DC and met me in…

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Mac’s Shack Wellfleet

Summer is not officially over yet, much to my chagrin. How I long for the temperature to drop and for all the fall foods to come. Since it’s still hot and steamy out, I figured it’s not too late to talk up the best meal from my recent trip to Cape Cod. Chris, Andrew, and…

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A Day in Maine

I’ve struggled a lot over the past month to find motivation to read and write, though I certainly got in some proper cooking and baking. In addition to several other factors, I’ve been feeling trapped in a life without purpose. I didn’t uproot my entire life just to experience that monster called unhappiness in a…

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Cincinnati Eats

Over the 4th of July holiday, I went to Cincinnati to visit my Aunt Tracy and Uncle Dave. My aunt is my dad’s older sister, and the two of us have a lot in common. We look alike; we are the second¬† born of four children (with an older sister and two younger brothers); we…

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Mudspot Restaurant – NYC East Village

I have been home for two weeks; yet, I am still writing about my trip in April to New Orleans, Boston, and New York. This post will wrap up my trip, and what better way to finish than with a post about brunch.¬† Brunch is one of my favorite pastimes. I almost never turn down…

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Bsquared – NYC (Hell’s Kitchen)

I have officially finished writing about my amazing food adventures in Boston. It truly was an amazing two days of food, history, and culture.  I cannot wait to be living there. If those two days were a preview of what is to come, I will be very happy in this city.  Before we headed back…

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Bova’s Bakery – North End Boston

After having a delicious Italian dinner in Boston’s historic North End, we absolutely could not finish the night without getting cannoli from an Italian bakery. This was my one other ‘must’ for this trip to Boston. We checked out Bova’s Bakery, just a short block away from Florentine Cafe where we dined to our heart’s…

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Florentine Cafe – North End Boston

The time how now come for me to discuss the part of my trip I most looked forward to: eating Italian food in Boston. The North End of Boston is known as their Little Italy. It hosts some of the oldest buildings in the city, including some of the sights on the Freedom Trail. What…

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Alden & Harlow – Cambridge

My trip to Boston was off to a fantastic start. I absolutely loved Cambridge. No matter where I end up living, I can see myself spending a fair amount of time in Cambridge. I knew we’d be staying in Cambridge through dinner because we were meeting our friend from college, Megan. I asked for restaurant…

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Adventures in Cambridge

I had limited time in my trip to Boston. We were only there for two days. That meant we needed to be strategic in deciding what to do to get in as much as possible in those two short days. Our first focus was to get ourselves fed in time to make it to my…

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