Thai food is interesting. I’ve only ever had Thai food twice in my life. The first time was with one of my best friends in downtown York. The only reason I went was because she was my best friend and I trusted her not to take me to a place that would give me food poisoning. After I got over the peanuts in everything, I … Continue reading Pad Thai
Last week I went on a spontaneous trip to National Harbor, MD. As someone who frequently passes by National Harbor on trips that have me driving on 495, I’ve always been interested in the place. Originally I thought it was a carnival in town for a few days, but soon realized the giant observation wheel was in fact one of the harbor’s trademark features. National … Continue reading National Harbor, Maryland
A sweet treat that is the perfect end to a Cuban meal. Continue reading Torticas de Moron (Cuban Sugar Cookies)
A take on the popular Cuban dish: Arroz con pollo, but with Fish! Continue reading Arroz con Pescado
Mixto Philadelphia, PA A few weeks ago I was in Philadelphia visiting my friend. I was only there for less than 24 hours, but we made sure we could drive into the city and grab some lunch. What we ended up going to was a restaurant in the trendy Washington West neighborhood called Mixto. The restaurant itself is very easy to find, however parking is … Continue reading Philadelphia- Mixto
I’m a six-foot ginger. I am the third of four children and yes, all of us have red hair. There is a large age difference between the children in my family. I have an older brother (12 years older), an older sister (5 years older) and a younger sister (2 ½ years younger). I was born and raised in Pennsylvania, yet the rest of my … Continue reading 30 Facts About Me
“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” –Albert Einstein Ever since I was a little kid I’ve been curious. My mom, who was often irritated of my never ending questions, would silence me with the familiar phrase, “Curiosity killed the cat.” Much to her chagrin, her warning never did stick. School soon pacified my curiosity by quenching, what I realized, was a … Continue reading Welcome!