Rarely do I have the urge to immediately come back to my hotel room and write about what I ate or drank, but seriously this one drink tonight at the Loews in Atlanta — ahhhmazing! Their drink menu features the signature drinks from all of the Loews properties and the first one I tried was… Continue reading Bacca Bellini at Loews Hotels
So sorry for the recent lack of posts, but Ive been crazy busy at work! Which is why, I’m very much looking forward to a week away from reality. Well, sort of. My itinerary is a little crazy. I’m on my way to Newark Liberty International Airport to catch a late flight to Atlanta for… Continue reading Atlanta Bound!
I know most of my Wordless Wednesday photos lately have been of the lake, but just looking at them, especially on a gloomy day like today, make me smile. I hope they do the same for you
Despite my plans for tonight completely going to hell, I at least got to have some champagne to celebrate my birthday. Aren't these little bottles of bubbly awesome? I love that bars are starting to carry them. From my sometimes erratic postings — 2 weeks everyday and other time not for a whole week– my… Continue reading Birthday Time!
Week 3 of the Food Network’s Healthy Eats Brown-Bag Challenge, and I ran into my first, second and third obstacles. Pretty good odds, right? I set my self up well, or so I thought, for the week last Sunday. I made Tomato and Basil Risotto, as well as breaded and fried (in olive oil) a… Continue reading Food Network’s Healthy Eats Brown-Bag Challenge Week 3
Believe it, or not, I had never tried a poblano pepper until last last year when I had lunch at the Border Grill during a conference in the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. They stuffed with pepper with other vegetables, dipped it in an egg batter and quickly fried it. It was sooo good! When… Continue reading Poblano Pizza
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Whether a hurricane or a tropical storm, Irene left a gigantic path of destruction through upstate New York and Vermont. In the Adirondacks, Keene, N.Y. was severely hit, and houses were lost, roads collapsed and businesses were destroyed. If you’ve ever been to Lake Placid, home of the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Winter Games, there… Continue reading Helping Keene, New York Recover From Irene
I know I’m deviating a bit from my regularly schedule posts, but I since I share so much of my life on here anyway, I thought it was important to post this here, too in addition to my professional website. We’ll be back to regular posts later today. People across the country gathered both in… Continue reading Remembering Sept.12 – Sept. 10
Wow, this was such a crazy week! It was a good thing I’m participating in the Food Network’s Healthy Eats Brown-Bag Challenge, because I would’ve had no time to go out and grab something. The week started with two days of leftover Eggplant Rollatini and ended with two days of Unintended Ratatouille. Both were gluten… Continue reading Food Network’s Healthy Eats Brown-Bag Challenge Week 2