Sunday ~*Soul Food*~ at Sweet Chick

If there’s one dish that’s become super trendy lately, it’s chicken and waffles. It’s outrageously delicious and simple enough for chefs to add their own fun twists. The first time I tried chicken and waffles was at 2:30 a.m. after a … Continue reading

3 Ultimate Pumpkin Pie Breakfasts to Celebrate Fall

Sometimes I will just go on random ingredient sprees. This week (as it is the first week of fall) I decide to buy some pumpkin purée. Let me clarify —not pumpkin pie purée or any chemical pumpkin ingredient. I like to … Continue reading

Gluten-free Avocado Toast Pizza

Being gluten-free and avocado toast are both super trendy right now. And pizza is always trendy because it’s pizza and everyone loves it. I am not gluten-free, but I do love avocado toast, pizza, and challenging myself to make new … Continue reading

Bagel Is the New Black

There’s been the cupcake craze, the doughnut fad, the avocado toast obsession, and the reign of the cronut. But now one of the most classic, old-school foods is climbing to the top of food trend ladder: the bagel. Everyone loves … Continue reading

*~Mediterranean Breakfast Pizzaz~*

There’s something awesome about eating pizza for breakfast. But unfortunately, we’d all be very unhealthy if we solely relied on last night’s cold dollar slices. That’s why breakfast pizza is great. But instead of making a traditional breakfast pizza with … Continue reading


My NYC food bucket list is pretty long and complicated, but there is one item that has always been at the top: the mac & cheese pancakes from Shopsin’s. Last spring I wrote a piece about some of the most … Continue reading

I Ate Pride for Breakfast

There’s no better breakfast than the rainbow. And pancakes. So I decided to eat both. Of course I’ve seen rainbow pancakes all over Pinterest and what not, but nothing is as good as being able to actually put the rainbow into your mouth, … Continue reading

How to Eat Fried Dough, Pork Buns, Chicken’s Feet …and More in One Sitting

It’s called dim sum. The holy grail for financially unstable binge eaters who like Chinese food. And this is how it’s done. What I learned from this experience: Don’t order a personal plate of fried dough. It’s much better to share … Continue reading

One Girl, Two Bagels

The other day, I want to Tompkins Square Bagels with my friend who also happens to be a food blogger, except unlike me, she’s gluten free. We’re basically the gluten-free and the glutton. Our mission is to find restaurants this … Continue reading