Today is Super Bowl Sunday. I’m not particularly attached to either team playing, and frankly I haven’t been paying attention to much of football this season because I was otherwise occupied with pregnancy, birth and baby. But this Sunday reminds me of a special bond I had with my own father over football. My dad, […]
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Not during this pregnancy. I thought I would inhale sandwiches from the second that little First Response stick showed two pink lines. But I didn’t. During the first trimester, bread was one of the foods that made me nauseous. Weird, as most women will often grab toast as a way to settle their stomach. For […]
Super Bowl is not the time for fancy five-course dinners. It’s the perfect event for cheesy dips, big, boozy drinks and of course, sandwiches. Naturally, I have picks for the ultimate Super Bowl sandwiches you need to serve for the big game. And guess what? I won’t be vegan for the Feb. 7 matchup, so I […]
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.
The Fourth of July is upon us! And you need ideas to keep the masses happy while they’re dipping in your pool and drinking your beers.
I’m still catching my breath from a whirlwind week that included “GMA”, “Dr. Oz” and a book party. Now I’m focused on the weekend. And what sandwiches to eat during the weekend.
These bad boys. These are not for your ladies who lunch.
This was a good week. The hard copies of our book, “300 Sandwiches: A Multilayered Love Story, with Recipes” have arrived. In between wedding planning, CrossFitting, yogaing, book launching, app building, and cooking, E and I celebrated.
Is it irresponsible for a food blogger to consider food a low priority at her wedding?
[slideshow_deploy id=’8066′]Super Bowl Sunday is upon us! And you know what that means….Super Bowl Sandwiches!
I had the day off yesterday and made good use of my spare time. I woke up, worked out, dropped of dry cleaning and cooked some food, including this upside down roast chicken. Yes, upside down.
I’m back from a week of wine, chocolate, sandwiches, goose, eggnog and French Fries in Florida. Now it’s time for a reset!
Somehow, after cooking a 20 pound turkey, greens, stuffing, homemade bacon jam and a sweet potato pie, the 300 Sandwiches house has no leftovers.
Me, about 4 years old, somewhere near Crater Lake, Oregon. Mom still made my sandwiches for me here. She probably packed a few for the hike we were on that day. I thought about mom packing a sandwich for me as I got my own lunch together for today—veggies and cream cheese on a bagel. […]
Last night, I got to thinking about my dad a lot. I miss him. Then I found this.
[slideshow_deploy id=’6759′] We went to battle. We fought hard. And in the end… we are calling for a rematch.
I’m prepping to take on the Food Networks’ Sandwich King Jeff Mauro in our first event!
Oh how I love the smell of beer battered fish in the morning. Or at night. Or anytime really. Coming up tomorrow on 300 Sandwiches: beer battered mahi-mahi sandwiches. For today, I leave you with this mouth-watering teaser above. May your lunch today be as tasty.
I know what I’m making for sandwich #250: my own version of this.
This was rebroadcast last night when E and I got home. Nerds and sandwiches. Both are my life right now. (the first 30 seconds are about sandwiches. The rest is about buying a time machine online.)
Home for the holidays means so many things.