I like to cook and with air conditioning (thankfully) on, I will cook on a hot day like this but prefer stove top to oven and grill to stove top cooking. My easy dinner (read minimal cooking) meals take advantage of local fresh ingredients. Every Tuesday I hit the Farmer’s Market in Newton. This week we had turkey burgers (from Bob’s Turkey Farm), grilled corn . . . → Read More: Hot weather food
How Gorgeous? Belly Dance Maternity…Pretty Gorgeous and Hip, too.
When I visited Getting Gorgeous (so much fun) earlier this year, I met the super nice folks at Belly Dance Maternity (and their sister company Thread & Butter) and we chatted (you know I can chat). I loved the clothes from both of these companies, Belly Dance Maternity carries brands like Olian, NOM, Ripe Maternity, . . . → Read More: Belly Dance Maternity (Giveaway)
Does customer service ever exceed your expectations? Not to be super picky, but usually that’s a no for me. The drill is that you call a company and are on hold forever, don’t get a real person (confession – sometimes I press “0” or other random numbers to break out of the vortex – sometimes it even works), and no resolution of the problem. Not . . . → Read More: Crisis Managed – Thanks to Moo.com
I have been doing things other than visiting bakeries and eating, thank you very much, although you will not find proof of that here. A rainbow cake at Frontside Grind in North Conway, NH and (rainbow) french macarons in Burlington, Vermont with some great bagels and yummy sandwiches… ummm, sandwiched in between. Yes, Mirabelle’s in Burlington is my new favorite bakery – even further . . . → Read More: Rainbow Cake, French Macarons…and some other good food