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November 2nd, 2012 - 9:07 pm § in BOSTON, RECIPES, RESTAURANTS

On The Town: Panzanella Salad at Trattoria Newbury in Boston

Just an opinion, but every warm-ish fall day should be treated as though it might be the last, especially with daylight savings time hitting this weekend. From taking long strolls, to patio dining, I’ve been enjoying Boston as much as possible. Recently, I celebrated a warm day by snagging a p[...]

August 25th, 2012 - 3:44 pm § in ENTERTAINING, RECIPES, TRAVEL

Easy Entertaining: Three Colorful and Delicious Dinner Party Salads

Whether you’re hosting a dinner party, or planning a special at home dinner, a delicious salad can leave a lasting impression. To truly wow your dinner companions, think beyond the traditional “house salad” of lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes and carrots and seek inspiration from vibran[...]

August 28th, 2011 - 4:42 pm § in FOOD, RESTAURANTS, TRAVEL

Travel: Highlights From a Lovely Weekend in NYC

SavvyBostonian Note: I traveled to NYC the weekend before Hurricane Irene. I cannot resist the thrill of a jam-packed weekend in New York City, so when my favorite dynamic duo invited me for a visit, I jumped at the opportunity. Before I knew it, I was hopping aboard the Acela with visions of wine b[...]

April 10th, 2011 - 2:31 pm § in FASHION, RESTAURANTS, TRAVEL

Travel: Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA

It probably won’t come as a surprise to the more frequent readers of this blog, but I adore charming little restaurants and boutiques. When traveling, I purposefully seek out places like San Francisco’s Fillmore Street that contain a mix of both. Delightful, yet not overly posh, this s[...]

July 8th, 2010 - 7:48 am § in BOSTON, RECIPES

Sweatin’ in the City: How I’m Trying to Beat the Heat

Hot.  Sticky.  Humid.  Oppressive.  Unbearable.  Just a few words that I have been abusing this week.  In between sucking down water and fighting my urge to jump into the Charles River, here’s how I’ve been beating the heat this week: Sip: Coconut Water. Sweating depletes both sodi[...]