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My parents came into town over Memorial Day weekend and I threw a party so they could meet all of my friends (especially Manny!) whom they have heard many, many stories about but never met in real life. I picked … Continue reading
So on Friday night I was invited to another cocktail party hosted by my friends Rick and Ronny of Retrofurn. I love their parties not just because of the company, the conversation, or their awesome dog Elvis, I also love their … Continue reading
From the shores of the Ohio River in Cincinnati, I bring you the Skyline Coney! Well, actually, the can of chili is from Dayton or Akron or wherever it is in Ohio that my friend Leah is from (she gave … Continue reading
Liz & Dick finally landed on Lifetime. And it didn’t disappoint. Because it was horrendous. These are a few reasons why: Lindsay Lohan. The script. It was worse than anything I wrote in college (including a vignette that ended with … Continue reading
For this week’s cylindrical-shaped dish, I consulted Jiffy Cooking (1967), another gem from my Better Homes & Gardens cookbook collection and selected Chili-Cheese Franks under the chapter “Hearty Sandwiches.” Now, you may think, hey, you just made a chili dog. And … Continue reading