We have finally resurfaced from all of the amazing food we had at Pittsburgh Magazine‘s Best Restaurants Party. There was an enormous amount of food to try and we tried a pretty substantial amount. Here is what we thought: We all agreed that the best dish of the night came from Eleven: Asparagus Salad with rhubarb vinaigrette, duck tasso and salt cured foie grais. We also loved the Caramelized Onion and Goat Cheese Tart from Wild Rosemary.Now, here is what we thought about the rest: Julie: Anywhere I get to wear a party dress and walk around like I’m important… Read More →
I know… gnocchi and coleslaw together sounds disgusting, but this recipe is fantastic!! This is a recipe that my aunt got at a Giant Eagle from one of those sample ladies. It’s a great dish when you are in a hurry to make dinner. – Saute an onion is butter until soft-add in one bag of prepackaged coleslaw mix– Flavor with salt and pepper and saute until coleslaw is to the softness you like-Add in one package of cooked gnocchi.-Serve! So simple. I’m sure you could add in other stuff as well. Enjoy!!
Huge thanks to Pittsburgh Magazine for letting us crash the Best Restaurants Party. It was beyond fantastic. As you can imagine, we are stuffed. Once we get out of our food comas, we will post a full review of the outstanding dishes at the party. Until then, enjoy these pics… (We got to meet Virginia!!! YAY!!! and Jonathan from Pittsburgh Magazine!!! ) Shoutout to our new blog reader Rachel!!!
So, at some point, eating out takes its told on you. Recently, I decided to work with my friend Emily of Sustain Health and Wellness to get a better grasp on my nutrition. I definitely don’t eat enough greens, so she recommended this recipe: Pasta with Chick Peas and Chard. As I was preparing this dish, I was wondering where the flavor was going to come from. I have to admit, it was a bit bland at first, but once I added in the balsamic vinegar, the dish went to a whole new level of flavor. If you love vinegar… Read More →
Last week, I met some lovely ladies out for lemonade at Te Cafe in Squirrel Hill. We didn’t have just plain, original lemonade, but we had Lavender (on the left) and Ginger (on the right.) I heard these lemonade were ravishing, even noted “best in Pittsburgh” on the chalkboard menu. The ginger lemonade surely lived up to my expectation. It was beyond fantastic and I will definitely go back for more. However, I wasn’t a fan of the lavender flavor. It sort or tasted like aromatherapy. Not my cup of tea, but the other ladies loved it.