Tapas in Madrid

Tapas in Madrid

Advertisements Tapas: cute little shareable bites Ah, tapas. One of my most favorite things about Spain. Anything goes with tapas: cheese, olives, croquettes and garlic shrimp (just to name a few). As long as it’s small and served with a drink, you’re good. What better 

A Virtual Evening In Paris

Advertisements Tonight, we virtually travel to Paris, France for a true Parisian feast. I visited Paris with one of my best friends after we graduated college. It was one of the many European cities we visited that summer. The streets of Paris are beautiful and 

Dinner & Dancing in Havana

Advertisements Since we can’t travel or go to our favorite restaurants, my husband and I have been virtually traveling through food. Even before this pandemic, we loved doing this. It’s fun, super budget friendly and no one has to drive. So tonight, turn up the 

“Ciao” Down on Cioppino

Advertisements ciop·​pi·​no: a stew of fish and shellfish cooked usually with tomatoes, wine, spices, and herbs. Cioppino is one of those dishes that seems difficult and kinda fancy, but my version is simple, affordable and delicious. I serve alongside crusty bread and finish the meal 

“On the Beaches” of Baja

Advertisements Life is so uncertain right now. There are days where I find myself scrolling social media, tying to find motivation to get through the day. I have found that planning and experiencing a “virtual travel meal” at least once a week with my Husband 

Nana’s Sauce

Advertisements INGERDIENTS Good Olive Oil1 Vidalia Onion, chopped 4-5 Garlic Cloves, minced 1/2 Cup Fresh Parsley1 tsp saltPepper to taste1 1/2 tbsp sugar 28 ounce can of San Marzano whole tomatoes, with their juice TO MAKE In a large pot or Dutch oven over medium