There's nothing I love more in the world than a shrimp po boy. If a restaurant has one of the menu, you can guarantee that's what I'll be ordering. The combination of crispy shrimp and a tangy remoulade spread generously across a toasted Italian roll sets my heart aflutter. You better believe when I saw … Continue reading Home Chef Review: Mardi Gras Shrimp Po Boys
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About two days before New Years Eve, I realized Mike and I had not made any plans and may be doomed to over-consuming wine at our desks for a semblance of celebration if I didn't find somewhere to make a reservation stat! I considered a few familiar places and consulted the beset rated restaurants on Yelp … Continue reading 12 Courses at Salumi Tapas & Wine Bar in Massapequa
Now that the smoke has cleared and the dust has settled, I've had enough time to digest everything I did at New York Comic Con 2014. As always, the quality of the vendors, panels and cosplayers were amazing. Mike and I have acquired a ton of swag in the form of posters, artwork, plushies and t-shirts and … Continue reading How to Fix New York Comic Con
It's been a month since I updated you on my garden and my have things changed! We're getting close to the turning point, the time in the season where things are going to really start happening! Let's get to it: Look at those tomatoes grow! The cherry tomatoes and one of the heirlooms have the … Continue reading Garden Update: June 20, 2014
It's been about two weeks since I last posted about my little container garden. I figured it's a good time to show you how things are doing and confirm or deny any suspicions I had about my plants' longevity. My how the tables have turned for some of these little seedlings. I think my daily pep talks … Continue reading Garden Update: May 14, 2014
Long Island was once known as an agricultural hub in the Northeast, with around 3,000 farms taking root during the 1950s. By 2005, that number had dwindled to about 700, but they continue to be some of the most productive in the state of New York. It's hard to believe with all the suburban sprawl and strip … Continue reading A Tomato Grows on Long Island