• Pumpkin and Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

    I think I would be banished from the blogger world if I did not post one pumpkin related recipe on the blog during this fall. Just kidding, but there is no doubt that pumpkin is king during the fall ...

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    Pumpkin and Butternut Squash Soup Recipe
  • Experience London: A visual guide

    Welcome to the second chapter of the Europe trip. If you read my post on Switzerland then you know that my fiancé and I also took a trip to England to attend a wedding in Kent. It was our first visit ...

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    Experience London: A visual guide
  • Hot Fashion Find: Bronze Blazer

    Ok, I know its like 80 degrees outside but the evenings still get a little chilly so layering is still going on except its on a lighter level. This bronze blazer is probably one of the best fashion ...

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    Hot Fashion Find: Bronze Blazer
  • How to wear a black sweater dress

    Thank goodness spring is here even though the weather does not feel like it yet. The other day I was so cold I was shivering when I walked out the door, but I digress. When the weather is cool but not ...

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    How to wear a black sweater dress
  • Eating out: Joe’s American Bar and Grill Newbury St.

    Brunch has become a popular meal time on weekends since a lot of us get up later than we do on weekdays. Brunch, being a combination of breakfast and lunch tends to be more filling and has more ...

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    Eating out: Joe’s American Bar and Grill Newbury St.
  • Turtleneck Sweater: comfy cozy style

    A Turtleneck sweater is a necessary part of cold weather fashion however it is important to remain stylish when wearing them. I got this turtleneck sweater from TJ Maxx for a great price and I have ...

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    Turtleneck Sweater: comfy cozy style

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Shrimp Quinoa with Spinach

Quinoa has become one of my favorite foods so much that I am cooking it on a regular basis.This is a shrimp quinoa served with a sauteed spinach and peppers.Who said healthy food is boring. Ingredients 4 cups cooked quinoa 1/2 pound shrimp 4 green onions sliced 1/2 green pepper cut into strips 1/2 cup flat Italian parsley 21/2 tbsp soy sauce…

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Yummy brussels sprouts!

When it comes to green veggies I tend to buy the same kind like spinach,broccoli or kale.I have started a new thing where I have to add something new to my dinner rotation each week.This week while at the grocery store I spotted brussels sprouts.I admit I was a little intimidated by the vegetable since I had never made it before and it has a reputation…

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Banana Bread Muffins

There are certain items that I always buy when I make my weekly trip to the grocery store,one of them is bananas.Bananas are not my favorite fruit but I find that they make a great snack in between meals,I usually put one in my bag for those times when I am craving something sweet.I always end up with too many bananas so…

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The Cape coat

A cape is used to describe any sleeveless outer garment.Capes were very common in Medieval Europe and they have since returned as a fashion item. I particularly love a wool cape with a wide belt on the waste to create some shape.Capes look great with opaque tights or skinny jeans,stay away from any wide leg pants.For work I would suggest…

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Fried rice with tofu

I love fried rice from Chinese restaurants so much that I have tried to imitate the dish a few times with little or no success.Although my attempts tasted good they always seemed to be missing something.After doing some research online I have finally figured out how to make fried rice that resembles take out fried rice except a little healthier.I prefer to use…

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