Recently, I've been really interested in cooking - whether trying out new recipes or adapting/developing my own! The thing with me is is that I get intimidated by many recipes and cuisines because I still don't have the basics of cooking, or what I like to call Cooking 101. At least I think I don't, … Continue reading Experimenting in the Kitchen, My New Passion
My mom works like a dog. Standing approximately at 5 foot with some of the shortest legs you may have ever seen, my mom is basically as quick as flash, and it is so incredible to see how much she can do in less than 24 hours. Almost every Shabbat -- the Jewish Sabbath that … Continue reading There’s Nothing like a Nice Shabbat Dinner
The next destination on our coffee journey was La Colombe in Fishtown. Extremely cool venue. When you first walk up to the shop on Frankford Ave., you are intrigued by the exterior of the building: a red brick foundation with an artsy, faded, Old-fashioned block writing presenting the business’s name and those typical old time … Continue reading Coffee Exploration: La Colombe, Fishtown, Philadelphia.
I decided to begin a weekly/bi-weekly blog series this time focusing on coffee explorations through Philadelphia with one of my good friends. We decided to start out with a referral from one of my friends and hit up Old City Coffee in Old City, Philadelphia. I’ve heard great things, read great reviews, and decided this would … Continue reading Coffee Exploration: Old City Coffee, Old City, Philadelphia.
On my tumblr account, I received what's called an "ask" from an anonymous person who knew that I reside in Philadelphia, which asked me to compile a list of restaurants, shops, touristy sites to see, and things to do in Philadelphia prior to his/her visit, so I decided to really hone in on some of … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Philadelphia