We’re halfway through the month, so I figured now was as good a time as any to share with you the Whole30-inspired Paleo diet I’m trying out this month. I’m following the Paleo diet food guidelines, and adopting the one-month model of Whole30. Right now, at the two-week milestone, I’m feeling pretty good about it.
The leaves are nearly all fallen, there’s a deep chill in the air, the sun sets before I leave the office, and the winter coats and beanies have made their way out of the closet. The end of fall is certainly here, and if you haven’t needed to bundle up where you live, the impending
Raise your hand if you’re over the moon about this three-day weekend. Something about summer (this wonderful, wonderful season that it is) just wears us out, and we all need to take a breather. This weekend B & I are headed out to Hood River to camp, explore and try out some local breweries and
My love for mojitos runs deep. It was my first legal drink (at Le Plein Soleil, in Paris, France) and no matter what I’ve ordered or mixed up since, every time I take a sip of a mojito, I’m reminded why I love it so much.
Recently I came across a post on Cup of Jo (one of my favorite blogs!) all about the world of session drinks. I had seen the word tagged onto the end of beer names on menus, but never really knew what it meant. In the post, they discuss wine spritzers, among the many varieties of
Ladies and gentlemen, this here is my dream drink. I wasn’t sure if it was possible to put all my favorite flavors into one glass, but I’ve (almost) done it. (Well, there’s no lime, but not all good things mix, you know?) Iced tea is my favorite thing to drink. It is my number one,
I think this is my favorite concoction yet. My first French 75 was about 2 years ago, when I bought The Great Gatsby (the new one, with my love Leo) and wanted to make a date night watching it with B. Freshly out of college, I was really into experimenting with “real cocktails” (no more
My college town, Pullman, WA, is situated about as close to the Washington/Idaho border as it could be. About 8 miles to the east is another college town, Moscow, Idaho, which boasts a more interesting downtown than Pullman. Through our years in college we were constantly crossing state lines for good food. My personal favorite:
Today is a holiday weekend edition of Happy Hour! I thought about creating something festive, but truthfully, the red, white and blue drinks floating around Pinterest didn’t look very appealing to me, and creating a flag-themed beverage sounded like too much work. It is so hot here, and I knew I didn’t want to put