Gobble, Gobble, Gobble, are you up to your elbows in turkey or stuffing yet? Last night on Jen’s Dish Radio (Episode #4) my good friend Kate and I talked about Turkey and all the fixin’s. Just in time for Thanksgiving. To get in the mood we did the Turkey Trot. Kate is a terrific cook… Continue reading It’s Turkey Time!
Thursdays seem to be my night to see art. The RISD Museum is open late on the Third Thursday of each month. The admission is free and there are activities, performances and such happening throughout the night. Also on the 3rd Thursday of each month is Gallery Night Providence where you can hop on a… Continue reading Seeing Art
I’m so excited to let you know the first episode of Jen’s Dish Radio just aired on Brown Student Community Radio! This has been a long time coming for all of us involved with the station and we are thrilled to bring terrific original programming throughout the week. I probably look super nervous in the… Continue reading Jen’s Dish Radio: Episode 1!
I want to step away from my seat in front of my fan for a second and tell you about some fantastic sips I have had over the summer. We may be enjoying a tiny break from the stickiness for a hot second; but the heavy hot & humid weather will be back and you… Continue reading Superb Summer Sips
This summer I’m working hard to relish this hip recovery time I have; and enjoy staying close to home. I was really looking forward to this past weekend since my friend Kate was turning the big 40! She had celebratory events to attend all weekend including a ladies only birthday party at Sakonnet Vineyard in… Continue reading Saturday Sakonnet Surprise
Around this time last year, I ran into my friend Gina at the Hope Street Farmers Market. She had an armful of gorgeous green Garlic Scapes(garlic scapes are the flower bud of the garlic plant. Scapes taste just like garlic and are crunchy like green beans or asparagus. They can be eaten raw or cooked,… Continue reading ‘Scape the Heat
Here in little Rhode Island and all over New England, it has been unbearably hot & sticky out. I have not been motivated to do much of anything besides park myself in front of my fan. Even that has proved futile. By 3pm, my fan starts blowing hot air! No exaggeration. It was a welcome… Continue reading Beat the Heat
Winter went on and on and on! In typical New England fashion Mother Nature took her sweet ol’ time and threw us some curveballs over the last few months. Spring weather lasted for 3 seconds and now it’s almost Summer! This weekend, Memorial Day weekend, signals the start of summer. Are your plans in place… Continue reading Summer is nearly here
This past weekend, in between summer camp sessions, I took Zoë on a mini food adventure right in our own backyard! Rhode Island Red Food Tours offers cultural walking & tasting tours thru Newport and downtown (or “Downcity”) Providence. I’m looking to be a tour guide so I took Zoë along with me to observe… Continue reading Out and About with Zoë: Downcity Food Tour