I’ve been think a lot about change lately. It feels like recently the world has been in a constant state of flux between the political craziness, disastrous weather, the more mundane cycles of weddings, births, deaths, people leaving, moving, and the changing of the seasons.
Joey’s Junction is not a place to play it safe. Its a place to eat big meals, such as after a day-long hike, while fueling up for tomorrow’s hockey game, or a long morning in the barn. Want a cinnamon roll the size of your face? They can do that. Want it soaked in egg and milk and made into cinnamon roll french toast? They can do that too.
You could say that the boozy brunch is the weekend activity of choice for Washingtonians, and you would be right. We decided to try out Daikaya’s brunch, and it did not disappoint.
Sometimes you just need to detox. Last weekend was chock full of baseball games, parties, and get togethers. Amid the laughter and catching up there was
During my junior year of college I studied abroad in Italy with my now husband. We loved it so much we went back for our honeymoon in 2014. Both of us are foodie travelers, so we tend to choose our vacation destinations for the food on offer.
I’ve been dying to go to Sfoglina (pronounced sfoal-yee-nah) since it opened late last year and so it was with excitement and surprise that my husband, Matt, and I found ourselves entering the well-appointed restaurant for an impromptu Monday evening date.
I was supposed to be in Brooklyn this weekend but plans fell through. Since I was stuck in sticky DC I decided to make this refreshing take on an Arnold Palmer.
Lavender-infused sugar is almost comically simple to make. All you need is a mortar and pestle, lavender, sugar, an airtight container, and a dark place to store your infused sugar.
“Vermont is a country unto itself.” – Pearl S. Buck Okay okay, I know this is supposed to be a DC-centric blog, but like most people I know in the District, DC was not my first home. I’m originally from Vermont. Going back these days I feel a little bit like a tourist. I have…
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a fiend for everything maple. I am 1000% sure that the best smell in the world is sap boiling. You haven’t lived unless you’ve had a shot of freshly boiled Grade A.