Sunday, September 21, 2014
Have you ever planned a vacation around food? (Yes.) Do you enjoy attending events where you can eat, drink and be merry? Yes. Ok then. Read on......
Founded in 2013, Taste Trekkers is the nation’s leading food tourism website providing travel tips and local food recommendations to thousands of traveling foodies around the globe. Geared toward people who plan their vacations around food, Taste Trekkers offers curated advice from culinary experts in the form of its Find Dining Podcast, Food & Travel Blog, and its nationally celebrated Food and Travel Expo. And lucky us, they will be in Providence Friday October 3rd to Sunday the 5th!
Posted by Leanne at 6:12 PM
Sunday, August 17, 2014
|Mexican Pasta Time!!|
For this dish I am combining two of my favorite cuisines: Mexican & Italian. Well, the only Italian part is that there is pasta in it, but whatever. You get my point. You can find enchilada pasta all over pinterest these days, but I thought I would bring you a lighter version so you don't have to worry about your waistline.
Posted by Leanne at 8:49 PM
Monday, August 11, 2014
Hello Whiskey lovers everywhere! Did you know about an awesome event at Sons of Liberty Spirits in South Kingstown, RI? Sons of Liberty Spirits will be hosting “Eat Drink RI’s: Food Will Help Rhode Island Grow” Gubernatorial Town Hall Debate on Wednesday, August 13 at 6:30 p.m-8:30pm.
Posted by Leanne at 3:38 PM
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Pup recipe alert! I couldn't help but sharing one of my new favorite summer pup recipes with all of you! Meatball has loved all of the pupsicles I made for her last summer. Basically if you add any fruit your pup likes ( except grapes) you can't really go wrong. The other reason why I love serving Meatball pupsicles is that it takes her forever to eat them. That means we can eat dinner in peace. If any of you have a pug you understand.
Posted by Leanne at 3:14 PM
Monday, July 21, 2014
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
I'm sorry. Did I just make a bread with NO BUTTER or OIL? Yup. I did. Was it super moist and totally amazing? YES! This is actually a similar rendition to a recipe I have made before for coconut banana bread. I have been on a chocolate chip kick lately so I of course added them to the recipe.You can also use carob chips if you would like! This recipe is perfect if you have a couple of old bananas sitting on your counter that you are wondering what to do with. Don't throw them away! They are perfect for banana bread. The browner the banana, the better.
Posted by Leanne at 9:03 PM
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
So I am taking a break today from writing about food to partake in a campaign to spread awareness about mesothelioma - a cancer caused only by asbestos exposure with everyone. The goal is just to make people more aware of the cancer and to understand where it comes from. If the entire campaign can save one life, it is all worth it! Please read on to understand some facts about mesothelioma.
What causes Meso? Are you at risk?
What are the symptoms?
Posted by Leanne at 5:33 PM