Author Archive | 300 Sandwiches

300’s Lunchbox Worthy Back to School Sandwiches

My nephews headed back to school this week, as many other kids have done or are prepping to in the coming weeks. For me, it brings back memories of new clothes, Trapper Keepers, and lunchboxes stuffed with mom’s homemade sandwiches.

Five Ingredient Fried Chicken Sandwich

Fried chicken is having a moment. Shake Shack has people clucking after the chain added a deee-licious fried chicken sandwich to its menu. Momofuku just opened a fried chicken shop in the East Village. I would not be surprised of the sale of home fryers was also on the rise. Or, at least, vegetable oil.

Should I Be Worried?

We spent three months planning our dream honeymoon, and now it seems we’ve got some weather issues. I know I said to check before you book your trip, which we did (sort of), but then I read this and this, and um, now I’m thinking about rerouting our honeymoon through Europe…should I be worried?

A Reason to Say Yahoo!

Big changes ahead, my friends! Making those 300 sandwiches (and bread. And condiments. And peach cobblers. And marshmallows.) has earned me an amazing new job! Yours truly has signed on to become a senior editor at Yahoo Food!

Lobster Roll, Take 376

Because it’s so hot outside that we cannot be bothered to sweat on the beach and would rather sit inside in our air conditioned apartment and start packing for our honeymoon, I made homemade lobster rolls. Just as good as the first time I did them.

Throwback Thursday: Lucky Check

#tbt to that day we got this lucky check at Pearl Oyster Bar, where we ordered two lobster rolls and a few glasses of Rose. Should played the lottery that day, too.

And We’re Back!

Hi there! Sorry for the lack of posting over the time of our mini book tour. We were doing some crazy running around, and then we also had some slight technical difficulties with the site. All is well now. So, what have ya missed? Well, we did some really great book signings in New York, […]

Wedding Wednesday: What I Learned In My First Month of Marriage

Some people think marriage changes everything. Those people aren’t married. Some things do change. Some things have to change. Other things remain constant, and that’s comforting. Here’s what I’ve learned in my first month of marriage.

Wedding Wednesday: Our Cake is Here! 

After we left the top of our wedding cake in Barbados, our wedding planner Jean Hill was nice enough to Fed Ex it to us! It made it through customs and arrived yesterday, in tact, still frozen. It will stay tucked in our freezer until June 6, 2016.

Meerkating and Breakfast

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 […]

The Wedding Cake We Left Behind

E and I have already broken one wedding tradition: saving the top of your wedding cake for the first anniversary. Newlyweds are supposed to freeze the top of their wedding cake and eat it on their first wedding anniversary. It’s tradition. it’s good luck. And I’m all for doing whatever I can to bless my […]

The 300 Wedding: The Highlight Reel

photo by Gina Francesca Photography and Design Wow. The 300 wedding was the absolute most fun I’ve ever had in my life!

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