Football Season is upon us! Here’s a compilation of my favorite football-watching recipes: Baked BBQ Chicken Wings Nasty! Nachos Pizzetta: 10 versions Spicy Sweet Potato Fries Meaty Stuffed Peppers Magnificent Meatballs Fall Sausage Go GIAnts!!!
In my family, we call these “Sugar Potatoes,” as they are my grandmother’s (nickname: Sugar) recipe. Ingredients (serves 4 as a side dish): 4 red bliss potatoes 1 T olive oil 1 T rosemary 1 T ground plack pepper 1/2 T salt Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Slice washed potatoes into triangular bite-size […]
I suffered the unfortunate loss of my pretty pink mini…I mean miniminimini hp, mini me, in all of her pink gloriousness this past week. I tried to get her back via the Grave Robber. WoW. When Pretty in Pink first crashed and I could not bring her back to life myself, I went to the […]
I loved Arthur as a child and just caught this. I didn’t know much about peanut allergies when I watched this show back in the day, but now I’m guessing PBS has to cover certain topics in a season of any given show’s audience, much like how the teen shows need to cover pregnancy and […]
When friends get married, everything is (mostly) beautiful. Happy times. But we all suffer financially. Or, at least, most people in my generation suffer financially. I once dated a man who was invited to eight weddings in one year, half of which he was a groomsman for. Eight wedding gifts, four bachelor parties, one outfit. […]
My formula to resuscitate brittle winter hair: Ingredients: 1 large egg 4 oz vanilla yogurt 1 T safflower oil 1 tsp. extra virgin olive oil Instructions: 1. Wisk ingredients together in a small bowl. 2. Apply evenly to damp hair and wrap in a shower cap. 3. After 30 minutes, remove cap. Shampoo and rinse […]
You should constantly update your playlist (whether it’s men or music). As I do every month, I’m sharing the beats racing my laces at the moment. Right now, it’s poppy for brisk winter runs. Just Do It 2013 “Why Don’t You Love Me?” ♦ Beyonce “Ab Fab” ♦ Bella Nae “Say My Name” ♦ Nikos Ganos (Ancora […]
After being fed up with upscale restaurants and more recently, NYC street-food vendors not making a good enough—by that I mean, acceptable to the standards of real Italian cooking which is rare in the United States—meatball, I am going to share my recipe in hopes that we can raise the bar for Italian-American cooking. And […]