I’m such a sucker for a good pun…and I also like food trucks. Portland’s Fried Egg I’m in Love manages to combine both of these and offer their delicious breakfast sandwiches on gluten-free bread. Win-win! I went for the Free … Continue reading
Category Archives: breakfast
Hands down, the best Bloody Mary I’ve had in Santa Cruz was at the Harbor Cafe on 7th Avenue. That’s all there is to say about that.
A recent article in Bitch magazine about lifestyle blogs really resonated with me. The piece’s premise was that many of these lifestyle blogs are just the newest way that women are comparing themselves and coming up short. And you know? … Continue reading
Udi’s gluten-free bread, organic local strawberries, Vermont maple syrup sent to me by my aunt.
Yesterday was my twenty-something birthday. I think this officially means I’m in my late 20s, not my mid-20s. Since I’ve just started my new job and Monday was a holiday, I felt weird about taking the day off even though … Continue reading
I had to go into Stella’s Diner once I saw the sign. This Lakeview diner is a lot like the Greek diners I’m used to back on the east coast, but the decor was just soo cool. I’ve heard the burgers and … Continue reading
I was down in the South Loop at Columbia College for the Chicago Zine Fest the other day. After checking out lots of zines and films, and ogling the school’s letterpress room and bookbinding equipment at its Center for Book and … Continue reading
Grilled grapefruit with brown sugar and port wine. 1/23/11 On day 3 of BK’s Chitown visit, we woke up wanting to go out for brunch. It was way too cold to deal with walking to M. Henry and I knew it … Continue reading
On one of my first social outings with fellow grad students, back in September, I had a wonderful brunch at M. Henry in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood, about a mile from my apartment. I had a great special featuring chile rellenos stuffed … Continue reading
I’m quickly becoming a big, big fan of Tweet, a restaurant that’s connected to a gay bar called Big Chicks. This awesome dual place is about a 5 minute bus ride down the street from my apartment and as I … Continue reading