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Worthwhile reads from the web this week

Worthwhile reads from the web this week

Here are my worthwhile reads from the web from this week 3/25: If you need cooking inspiration, Skinny Mom posted their April food calendar with recipes and shopping lists! Tomorrow is Easter Sunday! I wouldn’t mind starting the day with this Easter Mimosa Punch! Or maybe this Copycat Caribou Coffee Sparkling Peach Black Tea! A … Continue reading

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

Halloween is the day when people of all ages dress up; Babies, kids, adults, and even their pups. There are pumpkins, candy, and plenty of parties; Trick or treating, chocolates and sugary Smarties. Haunted houses, scary movies, and ghost stories galore; Costumes to admire on those who knock at your door. Whether you are a … Continue reading

Eat and Sip in the City receives the Pink Tree Award!

I am excited to share that I received the Pink Tree Award, thanks to Nicole and Greta of College Girl Can’t Cook. A big thank you to them! Their blog is definitely worth checking out too. It’s geared towards “recipes and advice for the cooking-challenged.” They started up their blog during their trip abroad in London … Continue reading

Baby Shower Poems

Baby Shower Poems

There comes a time in every city girl’s life when you get less excited about walking to get cheap beer and wings at a local bar for happy hour (ugh, how I hate hangovers the next day!) and instead start to look forward more to travelling to celebrate all the landmarks in friend’s lives, like … Continue reading

Reflecting on why I write about food

I just started reading the book “Will Write for Food” by Dianne Jacob and here is how I know it is going to be a helpful and inspiring read. Because I have not even read thirty pages of the book yet and already feel so intrigued and encouraged. The book sets out to be “the … Continue reading