Posts Tagged ‘restaurant’

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Le sanglier paresseux - chocolate dessert

This post has been such a long time coming, y’all don’t even know! (lol). Finally, I was almost there. I had written the post (most of it, at least), and then my mind became totally busy with a new project I’ve been working on. I’ve been staying up at nights thinking about it…planning it out. […]

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al fresco - sign outside

It’s Fashion Week here in Milan, and I felt like I should write something about it. But I’m not a fashionista, after all this is a blog about food and travel and love. So in homage to this electrifying week so crucial to my adopted city,  I’ve decided to write about a restaurant where fashionistas […]

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patara

Someone is accusing my ex, Mr. Big, of being involved in an international ponzi scheme. A few months ago, one of the blog readers asked me “So what happened to Mr. Big?” I thought, what did happen to Mr. Big? It had been so long since I had last heard from him or even thought […]

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copper onion logo

I’m currently obsessed with a restaurant in Salt Lake City called The Copper Onion. I’m actually so obsessed with this place that it could just be my favorite restaurant in the US right now. If it’s not, cause we’ll I’d have to think long and hard about all the restaurants I’ve been too and looking […]

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Rue 57 storefront_2 copy

As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m not a fashionsita. Fortunately when the time arises, with a little bit of thought and moderate effort, I can put together an outfit that’s sexy and classy at the same time. As the Italians say, faccio la mia porca figura. (hehehe). Unfortunately there was a period in […]

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The Restaurant

Venice! Definitely The City of Love. Yes I’m going to say it’s even more so than Paris (sorry French people…) This beautiful city with its maze of narrow streets, canals, and centuries of history somehow only fully makes sense when seen with your significant other. There were points not so far away from Rialto and […]

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