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There’s something to be said about entering a restaurant, on your own when there isn’t another soul dining there. This was a lesson I learned in Brooklyn when I had a hankering for nachos and a google search led me to Taco Chulo, a place with an owner and bartender so easy to talk to […]

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Some recipes have the power to bring back sweet childhood memories and today’s post is exactly that. My father is not a good cook, nor baker. Somehow his talent in the kitchen is the ability to make almost any recipe taste the same. That.is.a.talent! He is a fudge man though, he loves the stuff and […]

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Before I get into today’s incredibly dessert-y post of these Blood Orange Meringue Bars, I must talk about David Bowie. Putting words into the stratosphere after something as shocking as a cosmonauts passing is not something easily done. David Bowie wasn’t just a man. He wasn’t just a rock star or fashion icon or actor. […]

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In this world of countless miles between loved ones, the simple act of messages can make the distance almost dissipate. I say almost because nothing ever comes close to actually being around someone, but my brother, who I have not seen in over three years and I, are currently on a mountaineering documentary kick. It’s […]

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This is my three hundredth recipe. It’s a little staggering when it’s also my three-hundred-and-ninety-sixth post. Kinda late to the blogging game, it has been a constant in my life, from country to country where I have gone and home to home, it has been the backbone of my life since it’s inception. There is […]

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