There’s just something about the subway, isn’t there? It’s sort of like a grungier, condensed version of the airport experience. Time doesn’t feel real, and you sort of just drop off the grid while you’re in transit. It’s a kind of limbo or purgatory that all subway or metro riders will recognize. One Last Stop … Continue reading The Su Special from One Last Stop
I'm a sucker for a recipe list at the end of a book. Thank goodness Mia P. Manansala includes a selection of recipes in the back of her new release cozy mystery, Arsenic and Adobo because the food in this book practically constitutes a character itself! It was also my first buddy read! Megan over … Continue reading Chicken Adobo and Ube Crinkles from Arsenic and Adobo
Check out my review of Anxious People by Fredrick Backman paired with a recipe for a unique dish from the book — kebab pizza!
Today is December 21st, and we are now fully immersed in the holiday season. Actually, some holidays have passed. Hanukkah is over, Christmas is this week (WHAT), and 2020's end is in sight. Even if this year had been perfect, the holiday season brings a lot of strong feelings for a lot of people, positive … Continue reading Cheese Blintzes from In a Holidaze
Drama, secrets, and lots of sweets! Almonds are featured in two out of three of these old Dutch recipes—just a little something I found interesting. A Brief Review Overall, I enjoyed this read. It may come off as dry because it's so history-heavy; however it is anything but. The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton is full … Continue reading 17th Century Dutch Goodies from The Miniaturist