Before I moved back home to Florida, I was dead-set on heading west to California. I had been totes over New York for quite a while but was afraid to move because I thought everywhere else would be boring. As for California, well, it just seemed ideal. The people were like-minded, super eco-conscious and progressive, one of my favorite ways to chill was actually recreationally legal, New York winters didn’t exist there, and most importantly — there were In-n-Out Burgers.
As an East Coast gal, In-n-Out was one of those things that I yearned for. Not being able to get it on the reg only made me want it more. I dreamt about their burgers dripping with animal sauce goodness, crispy fresh-cut fries smothered in cheese sauce and topped hot peppers, and a perfectly spun milkshake in my hand. But nah, for some reason, somebody decided to keep it a West Coast thing. And I will never forgive them for that. **insert devil eyes** Continue reading
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As a kid, my favorite time of year was always summer. It might have had something to do with the fact that school was out and that I was born in July, but honestly, summertime was always about the food.
When I got older and matured into the 30 year old food-obsessed workaholic women that I am, I can still say that I kept that summertime soft spot alive. I absolutely adore all of the sun splashed foods that are associated with the sunshine-y days of freedom. From charred hot dogs dripping with ketchup and mustard to tender melt-in-your-mouth barbecue sandwiches smothered in rich and tangy sauce, all of these handheld eats still scream YES PLEASE. Continue reading
I’ll be totally honest here when I say that it’s hard to make a vegetarian sandwich that excites me (…unless it’s a grilled cheese of course… duh!) But it doesn’t have to be like that! Say goodbye to lifeless limp vegetables and start piling on some pickled vegetables, some savory protein-packed hummus, and crisp, fresh produce. By switching up the ingredients, you can create a sandwich that’s anything but boring. Continue reading