Wow! That’s what I thought when I saw this sandwich on the menu yesterday at the Olde Post Grill in Lake George, N.Y. Description from their lunch menu: ‘grilled granny smith apples, goat cheese, carmelized onions and a tarragon honey mustard on grilled Mastroianni Italian bread. ‘ Doesn’t it just make your mouth water?! I… Continue reading Apple and Goat Cheese Melt at Olde Post Grill in Lake George, New York
Hi Everyone! I usually don’t go this long without posting, but it’s been a little bit of a crazy week! I’m hosting a bunch of my sorority sisters from our alumnae chaper at my house for a girls weekend, and I’m participating in a 24 hour blogathon. Saying it should be interesting is really an… Continue reading Weekend Update
Over the weekend we attended a pre-holiday party hosted by our friend J.P., who is an amazing journalist, author and cook. We shot some photos of him preparing the creme brulee, because it was like watching an artist paint.His attention to detail and knowledge of the dessert and wine is impressive. Follow J.P.’s blog to… Continue reading Creme Brulee, Brownies and Some Really Good Wine
This is not exactly food, travel or wine related – although we bet there will be a lot of wine consumed during the weekend – but one of the many hats I wear in addition to The Adirondack Chick is pet lifestyle writing over at My Tail Hurts From Wagging So Much. Next weekend I’m… Continue reading Blogathon Next Weekend! In Need of Guest Posts and Giveaways!
We saw the Marx Foods‘ Iron Foodie 2010 contest on The Foodie BlogRoll, and thought it would be fun to throw our non-chef’s hat into the mix. Plus, I really liked several of the question they were requiring us to answer in this post to be considered for the challenge! I’m not, and never will… Continue reading Marx Foods’ Iron Foodie 2010
Wholy Crepe in Glens Falls, N.Y.
We threw together a last-minute champagne and chocolate party last week, and to keep with the champagne theme we wanted to find a creative way to present these breadsticks. Our first choice was a champagne glass, but it was too top heavy. A wine glass, however was the perfect fit, and our guests even commented… Continue reading Entertaining: Breadsticks in a Glass
This is a take on a mushroom and barley dish a friend of mine made for me a few weeks ago. It works in place of rice as a side dish for any type of meat dish, especially steak, or if you are a vegetarian like me, it’s a great main course. It also tasted… Continue reading Garlic Mushrooms and Barley