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Good Eats: North Country Brewing Co. of Slippery Rock, PA Dining Review

If there is one thing I love, it is a good dining establishment after a long day of traveling down back roads in the middle of nowhere. 648 more words

Back Road

5 Real Reasons Why You Should Start Meal Prepping Today

Many weeks have passed since my last post, and trust me when I say that I’ve been meaning to post a hell lotta content here, but somehow they end up being written for other clients… then I cannot re-post it here before it goes ‘live’ on their site, and by that time, I forget about it… yeah, excuses, excuses. 847 more words


Balitog, South Asian style

You know that our markets are filled with the ubiquitous peanut vendors that sell fried garlic peanuts and corn, right? Well, I found similar carts in Nepal — only they use fried peas/beans and put A LOT of spices (mostly powdered chili) plus a lot of fresh onions, green peppers and potatoes. 33 more words


Seafood fresh from the docks

More reminiscing about Greece … Because we were going to take a ferry from Santorini, we had a super light breakfast. So by the time we got to Mykonos mid-afternoon, we were famished. 170 more words


Gahar ko halwa (Gajrela)

I said I will share with you my good (and not-so-good) food experiences during my recent trip to Nepal. Nepalese cuisine is largely Indian in origin — so there was a lot of flat breads and curries during our stay there. 62 more words


Sunset on Oia

Santorini is famous for its sunrises and sunsets. And Oia is one of the more famous spots for watching them. Last September, we ended our first full day in Greece with a short trip to the picturesque community. 114 more words


Satiated in Santorini

My Facebook “memories” reminded me that a year ago today I was in Greece on vacation, and I realized that the moussaka and the fantastic dinner at Koukoumavlos… 330 more words