Recently I started a new job. One of my favorite aspects of this new gig is that the commute is 5 min & 40sec (without traffic)! Pretty great right? A plus (or a minus, depending on how you look at it) is, I pass Rebelle Artisan Bagels everyday on my way to work! So, so,… Continue reading Rebel, Rebelle
This past Saturday, I welcomed my guest Michael Silva the proprietor of a “not-so-secret-anymore” pop-up called BAS (pronounced like BASS guitar). On this edition of Jen’s Dish Radio, my guest lets us know how he got his start bartending, what he likes so much about it and how he wants to share that passion and… Continue reading Jen’s Dish Radio: Episode 47: BAS PVD
Kit Kats and Gumbo…..A scary combo, yes? It was actually the perfect combination on Jen’s Dish Radio, when Jarvis Green (former defensive end for the New England Patriots) joined me to talk about our favorite Halloween Candy and, more importantly, his new food venture: Oceans 97 Jarvis and I first met on my previous radio… Continue reading Kit Kats and Gumbo
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!
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
Around Thanksgiving time I was getting super pumped. I was hired by the company I was temping at since July, Zoë was an enthusiastic social 5th grader and Emma was away in Philly finishing up her first semester of college. I had it all planned out: this Holiday season I was going to bake a… Continue reading Feeling Thankful?
Lately I’ve been trying to make it to my local Farmer’s Market every Saturday. It’s not too far away, located on Hope Street at Lippet Park in Providence, RI. It’s a fun bustling market where I’m always bound to run into someone I know. Most of the time I go in not knowing what to get. Well… Continue reading Farmer’s Market Bounty
My oldest daughter came to me one day last year and told me we needed to head out to a friend’s recording studio to see this awesome band she started listening to: Spirit Family Reunion. I was up for a road trip and to listen to some good music so we filled our cooler with… Continue reading Feeling the Spirit Under The Moon