Monthly Archives: January 2014

The weekend is here!

Happy Friday, my darling readers! What do you have planned for the next couple of days off? This is hard to believe, but Saturday marks one year since I made the move to Brooklyn. Crazy, right? Time definitely flies. Here, to get your weekend started right, a few happy posts from around the web: Designer… Read more »

The best scrambled eggs ever

Over the weekend, I finally made it to Colonie for brunch. This place has been on my list for a long time. I ordered their Leek and Gruyere Scramble, and it was incredible. So fluffy and flavorful! I have always loved cooking with leeks, but until now, I never thought about adding them to scrambled… Read more »

Save the date

It’s still a few weeks away, but tickets are sure to sell out fast: At the end of February, Film Forum is kicking off five full weeks of classic Alfred Hitchcock movies. I can’t wait! My favorites are Rear Window and North by Northwest, but there are still several that I have yet to see… Read more »

A winter pick-me-up

I was so excited to come across this item over at Provisions by Food52. As a kid, hot water bottles were a cure for a stiff neck, but also a type of winter comfort food. I loved when my mom would take the time to boil water and fill it up, then tuck us into… Read more »

Family Google Hangouts

Do you ever set up Google hangouts with your family? It’s something that my family seems to do a lot, especially during the winter months. One of us sends an email to set up a chat (usually my cousin Mark or aunt Diane) and then whoever is available—and near a computer—logs in to join. Within… Read more »