Meal prepping doesn’t just have to include food in tupperware containers. It can also mean stuff in pretty muffin tins that you can grab with one hand and race out the door and have a meal at your fingertips so you don’t pass out from hunger and low blood sugar on the subway (true story). […]
Though some kids head back to school in late August, the day after Labor Day is usually considered back to school day for adults. Today, we head back to offices or other work spaces after a lazy weekend and a slower paced summer, and get ready to buckle down again on fall projects. No matter where […]
New year, new goals. I had trouble writing down what I wanted to accomplish in 2016. Am I really going to learn to kitesurf? What about picking up that Spanish again? So much to do, so little time. But I at least have my food goals in line. I’ve started the year by doing something […]
Christmas Eve, y’all. I’m not concerned with the presents or Santa. I’m concerned about breakfast. Merry merry gingerbread pancakes! E and I are headed up to Vermont for Christmas. As you know, E and I are avid snowboarders, and we’ve been going to Vermont the past couple of winters. The conditions had been pretty good […]
Seems it’s Eggnog Week here at 300. Hey, I’m on a roll here. Yesterday I shared our recipe for holiday eggnog. The only reason E and I didn’t drink the entire vat of it is because we had to hit two holiday parties later than evening in Connecticut, a road trip away from our cozy apartment […]
This is what you need to make in the morning of Thanksgiving, when you somehow have digested all of the food from the night before but you are STILL STARVING! One cannot subsist on Patti Labelle’s sweet potato pie alone. Not even if your name is James Wright and you sing like a bird. I […]
I’ve been thinking more about what goes into my body lately.
It’s one of my favorite national holidays. National Coffee Day!
You would have thought I would have eaten a breakfast of champions before going to my new job at Yahoo Food, right? Nope.
E and I, 8:23 AM Wednesday morning.
Though I work in media, started a blog documenting my relationship and wrote a memoir slash cookbook, I am a shy person. But this blog, and being on social media and having articles written about me and my sandwiches, have helped me to not only break out of my shell a bit, but to have […]
Caviar for breakfast. It’s the Elizabeth Taylor way.
Cinco de Mayo is one of my favorite holidays. I love any excuse to drink margaritas.
I don’t like smoked salmon. But this whole 300 thing is not about me.
We have less than two weeks until Thanksgiving. Time to start planning out dinner.
The only thing getting me through this week is avocado toast.
As mentioned when E’s dad was in town, I like to have something baking in the oven when houseguests come over. When the house smells like sweetness, it takes less pressure off of me to be sweet. Just kidding.
Could it be I finally made granola bars that stuck together?
When you are headed out of town, and you’re hungry, and you get a call from work which requires you to file on deadline before you leave, and you’re getting screamed at by your fiancé to “hurry up”, the only thing suitable enough for this special type of road trip lunch is a frittata sandwich.
When you are running late for your out of town excursion and you will not be satisfied with a bag of Funyuns or a hot dog from the Gulf station on exit 73 again, you need to make a quick snack before you hit the road.
After E and I made our second batch of homemade ricotta, I finally made brunch.
Goodness, why didn’t we do make our own damn ricotta earlier?
I like kale. My fiance does not.
I’m good at foraging chocolate. Shoe sales. Plane tickets to tropical locations. Fresh vegetables in Prospect Park? Not so much.