Wonderful, sugary cereals are very much underutilized. I decided to pick one and utilize it to its full potential. So I made CAP’N CRUNCH CHOCOLATE COOKIE DOUGH ICE CREAM SANDWICHES. Here’s how: JUST LOOK AT THEM! Basically, all I really did … Continue reading

Celebrating America with a Brontosaurus Rib (and Beer)

Fourth of July is my favorite holiday for many reasons. Here is a very condensed list. 1) America 2) Bikinis 3) Patriotic outfits 4) Beer 5) Day drinking 6) Sunshine (Hurricane Arthur please spare us this year) 7) Fireworks 8) Burgers … 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

Dulce de Leche Cheesecake Oatmeal Exists

And so does truffle parmesan oatmeal. And so does pumpkin pie oatmeal. And so does banana, peanut butter and bacon oatmeal. And so do 20 other exotic oatmeal combinations that could make anyone feel excited. Where, you ask? Oatmeals How … 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


Unless you’ve been living under a rock throughout your life as a New Yorker, you have either heard of, seen or dreamt about eating one of Levain Bakery cookies. If you have been living under a rock or don’t live … Continue reading

In Response to @YouDidNotEatThat

As a female food blogger who appreciates the crazy, bizarre and outrageous foods that exist in the world, I have been asked a lot of questions. Many girls ask me how I “eat like a man” all the time, why … 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

A Big Lunch at The Little Owl

Nestled on the corner of Bedford and Grove are two very important Manhattan landmarks: Monica Gellar’s apartment from Friends (cue the nostalgia) and right where we imagine the Central Perk to be is a quaint restaurant filled with welcoming energy and delicious … Continue reading