Whether you feel terrified, excited, or utterly ambivalent about moving to a new city, odds are, the prospect of making new friends sounds completely daunting. Thus was my experience upon relocating for my first post-college, real life, grownup job. I was lucky enough to have one awesome girl friend already living in the area, but was otherwise without peeps. Then, through the good graces of bocce (the game) I became friends with April (the person) who let me in on the best tradition ever. Continue reading Stuffed Chicken is for Girls
No funny story or quippy remarks about this one folks. You don’t mess around with grilled corn. You just don’t.
Inspiration: none needed. Grilled corn speaks for itself.
Time commitment: T minus 20 minutes
- 4 ears sweet corn
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- Salt and pepper to taste
Optional herbification: Rosemary, thyme, or tarragon can be nice additions to the last step.
There’s almost nothing I enjoy more than a good burger. But the classic hamburger, with all of it’s juicy, delicious, fat-saturating goodness, is like the wild card boyfriend you had when you were 22. It’s hot and beefy, and generally satisfying, but as time goes on, you and your metabolism start to grow up, and realize it’s time to move on. Greater Orlando regional beer pong champion or not, this one’s no good for you.
So, strung out from red meat withdrawals, you start looking around for something a little healthier, and lo, the turkey burger is right there to comfort you.
You know that feeling you get when you discover a truly magical place? A whole new universe of awesomeness opens up to you and you wonder, “how, HOW, did I get by without knowing this place existed? What else am I completely unaware of? What am I doing with my life? I should really go back to school and become a marine biologist.” It happened to me.