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If you’re planning on moving in or already live with your partner, check out my cover story for the Real Estate section of The New York Times. Not only do I talk about my (now husband) Mike and our three-legged cat, Eleanor, but the article also dives into the ups and downs of cohabitation with tips from experts and… Continue reading Ready to move in with your significant other? Read my New York Times article first
As a middle child, I’m used to being ignored. So imagine my surprise when I noticed that the advice I gave on a recent Kitchn article I wrote about traveling with your significant other was picked up by Lifehacker! Look at it! He even mentions me by name. *faints* The inner middle child in me is… Continue reading My great advice is on Lifehacker
I feel like people don’t know how great Ikea’s market it. Well, I’m on a one-woman quest to let America know their frozen and prepared food is slammin’! Here’s my roundup of my favorite things they offer for Refinery29.
Wegman’s is one of my favorite places (not to brag, but I’m on nod-and-say-hello terms with two employees at my local outpost), so I was stoked to write this power ranking for Refinery29. For those unfamiliar with the store and don’t understand why Wegman’s kicks so much ass, I tried to demonstrate the range of… Continue reading I ranked Wegman’s foods for Refinery29
Philly is having a major moment as beer becomes big business, and there’s a web of passionate people who are moving the industry forward in exciting ways. I asked a few leaders in Philly’s beer scene to look into their crystal balls for a piece on Thrillist. I expected updates on flavors and styles (sours, low-ABV beers and IPAs… Continue reading What’s Next for Philly’s Beer Scene? Let’s Find Out!
I talked with @Poi Dog Philly about their upcoming Ancient Roman cooking class at the Free Library. I met Kiki at the Eating Words conference last month, and when she told me about all the cool shit she’s doing bringing these unusual food stories to life, I knew I wanted to write about it. I was like, “There’s… Continue reading Here’s My First Piece for The Inquirer
You couldn’t get more than three dollars for Wally at a yard sale. His yellowed cord is twisted beyond recognition. It’s untamable. When you try to wind the cord around the body of the mixer for storage, it always unravels and flops around, like a toddler having a tantrum. I talked about my mom’s hand… Continue reading An ode to Wally, my mom’s old-ass hand mixer