Go Madrid! Now turn right!

Madrid although a very walkable city has a ton museums, monuments, churches, palaces, stadiums, and plazas to see.  The problem is how do you go about conquering them all in just a few days.  Most would jump on the “now found in every major city, double-decker red bus tour”.  Where you can get on and... Continue Reading →

Madrid. Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow.

The past, the present and the future are notions, measures of time that we are taught to live from, in, and for.  However does anyone ever prepare you for the moment when you encounter a place, a culture or a lifestyle that stands one foot in the past and one foot in the present with... Continue Reading →

An Itch That Won’t Quit

Wanderlust.  The concept is a breeze to grasp but the mystery is why? Why do the images and thoughts of wander encourage great feelings of unrest and desire that just won't quit? A few videos that make my itch to travel and experience worlds other than my own stronger with each image. Wanderlust by ThinkLab... Continue Reading →

Camping Gourmet: Simple Breakfast & Dinner

Two extremely easy recipes that will create massive jealously from your camping neighbors! Steak Filet with Blue Cheese & Carmelized Onions Ingredients Needed: 2 Steak Filets, frozen to stay cold 2 oz Blue Cheese Carmelized Onions 1 tbsp olive oil Prep: Carmelize onions before leaving for camping trip.  Simply re-heat & serve. Carmelized Onions 2... Continue Reading →

Camping Gourmet: Beer Braised Brats & German Potato Salad

For some reason when camping I cannot bear the traditional and typically expected dining experience of fire roasted hot dogs and canned beans.  I instead feel the need to go above and beyond in planning and preparing simple yet gourmet meals to enjoy around the campfire.  This camping trip I was inspired by Aimee &... Continue Reading →

In The Kitchen: New-School Asian Ribs

Who doesn't drool over a meal of finger licking ribs?  Pork, beef, bone-in, bone-less. No matter the technique in which their prepared-- slow cooked, grilled, baked.  You simply can't get enough!  Ribs are a cross-culture favorite.  Today I share with you a recipe found in none other than Men's Health Magazine.  The article featured Andrew... Continue Reading →

In The Kitchen: Chicken Tikka Masala

Spice Station, a local Los Angeles spice shop is bringing the hipster vibe to the spice scene.  With locations on Main Street in Santa Monica and Sunset Blvd in Silver Lake, this new cooking enthusiasts dream is drawing in the crowds. An expertly blended medley of tikka masala from Spice Station made it nearly impossible... Continue Reading →

In The Kitchen: Asian Flare Turkey Burgers

Asian Flare Turkey Burger Why not try and discover new burger ideas that spice up the typical routine of lettuce, tomato, onions and cheese .  I stumbled upon a delightful turkey burger twist that is nothing short of fabulous. A little spice, a little crunch and a whole lot of goodness in one bite. Asian... Continue Reading →

In The Kitchen: Small Bites

Looking for easy, quick appetizers to whip out for a spur of the moment get together?  Check out a few easy suggestions, made with similar and affordable ingredients for some delicious small bites! Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms Yields: 24 Mushrooms 24 Ounces, weight White Button Mushrooms ⅓ pound Hot Pork Sausage ½ whole Medium Onion, Finely... Continue Reading →

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