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TO ENJOY: ice cream

Yesterday, I purchased this Cuisinart ice cream maker on One King’s Lane. My Kitchen Aid mixer has been collecting dust since I started teaching this year, and I had been waiting for the Kitchen Aid ice cream maker attachment to go on sale someplace when I saw this one pop up on One King’s Lane, and I realized it got better reviews than it’s Kitchen Aid counterpart. 95 more words

brunch and bouquets

This weekend seemed to fly by! It was a wonderful collection of friends, family and sunshine, but should have been twice as long :)

Read on for a wonderful new brunch recommendation. 131 more words

TO DO: cooking with kids

Usually I’m a day behind the curve, struggling to catch up, at least this past year. Before teaching, I was usually right on-time, if not five or so minutes early. 127 more words

to be happy


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I’m sorry for my missing “halfway to happy” post, but the truth is: it’s been a rough couple of weeks with grad school final papers, teaching craziness and some other unfortunately-timed events. 164 more words

friends out-of and around town

This weekend, my friend Katie was in town from Atlanta. I met her for drinks at standard, which is an outdoor BBQ/beer spot on a patio with picnic tables on 14th Street (fear not, fellow Celiacs, they carry Bards gluten-free beer). 35 more words

gluten-free at the game

Being a native Bostonian, one of my top 5 favorite things about spring is always baseball. I love the game, the charm and stories of the ballparks and the concessions. 40 more words

TO DO: overindulge

I’m pretty easy to please. I can’t remember a day so bad that a glass of pinot noir, an assortment of cheese and a gluten-free dessert couldn’t turn around. 65 more words