Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch

Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch is an absolutely wonderful restaurant. Everything from the service and food, to the grounds and landscaping, make for a lovely dining experience. The restaurant is big. The decor is rustic. With bale (hay) hook chandeliers, an open kitchen, large windows highlighting the garden surroundings and pretty little vases of freshly picked flowers on each table, the…

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NYC Spotlight: Mission Chinese Food

The first thing that stood out at Mission Chinese Food was the super eclectic décor- which I loved. Think gold dragons with glowing red eyes, hanging chandeliers, gold and silver paper fan decorations and a pretty sweet glowing blue aquarium in the middle of the tables. Playing throughout the restaurant was Raeggaton-esk Sublime rock. The atmosphere is fun, chill and…

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Cheesy Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Quiche

This cheesy quiche is a savory pie of easy-to-bake awesomeness. In my opinion quiche is a very underrated morning specialty: it’s super easy to make and the ingredient add-in possibilities are endless! Plus, quiche looks and sounds impressive when baking for brunch guests. If you’re prone to running late in the morning, wrap these convenient slices of fabulous quiche individually the night…

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NYC Spotlight: Parm

If you’re craving out-of-this-world meatballs, look no further than Parm. Meatball parms are one of my favorite types of sandwich and this place does not disappoint! Parm is a super cute, diner-esk looking Italian-American eatery that serves classic dishes from baked ziti and rigatoni to fantastic parmigiana sandwiches (obviously) all served in red, plastic baskets. They also have a full-service…

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Cinnamon Apple Scones

I usually don’t go for scones, but this time around I figured- why not! These scones are delicious treats for breakfast- or anytime really- and are a breeze to make! They come out soft on the insides and crunchy on the outsides. I decided to make apple cinnamon scones because Fall (I also recently picked a million apples,) but you…

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