Our Cuban Sandwich adventures recently took us to Harrisburg, Pa. Located along the banks of the Susquehanna River, the state capitol is home to a bevy of five star restaurants that cater to the pols and professionals who do business in this bustling little town. If you're a history buff, Harrisburg has got the scratch for… Continue reading ‘Capitolizing’ on the art of the toast in our search for the Perfect Cuban Sandwich
To borrow a favorite word of mine, I am bemused over this week's big reveal of Merriam Webster's Word of the Year. The peeps at M. Dub went with Feminism and all I could think was . . . n'kay. Before you start throwing email F bombs my way, lemme just say that I have zero problem with… Continue reading Dear Merriam Webster, Could I Have a Word With You?
It's been a very good year. If I were asked to describe my 2017, I would call it a blessing of people, places, times, events and wonderful things. It wasn't perfect, but that's plenty fine with me since I wasn't asking for such a thing. What I do know for certain is that my three… Continue reading A year of hot buttah goodness
According to my SEO coach, I need to tighten up and get hyper-focused as per the shit I write about. I'm supposed to pin down muscular keywords and offer up dynamic content whilst grasping a more intimate knowledge of Google's ample bosom . I wonder what Poe would say about all this? Would he be… Continue reading Food, those little slices of death . . how I love them
Look at your eyes, lighting up a room; effortlessly, flawlessly. Your smile with the given ability to melt even the coldest heart. Your personality; glittering, outgoing, beautiful. The human personification of a Gatsby soirèe. How do I describe your beauty without sounding cliché? A face and body created in the image of Aphrodite. No, no;… Continue reading Champagne Girl
Our search for the "Perfect Cuban Sandwich" is the perfect blog choice. Blogging allows for us to share our latest adventure with you, the reader. The appeal of a sexy, sultry piece of something good is worth boasting about, for more reasons than the one. As you'll notice in our Cuban sammy posts, we include… Continue reading Our Search for the “Perfect Cuban Sandwich” hits the road . . . sort of
I don't believe in happy endings in the same way I don't believe that tucked in shirts make you somehow more prepared for the world that is punching you hard in all the many places that count most. As far as I'm concerned, we are much too content in figuring out these places too simply,… Continue reading Love ain’t interested in yesterday