Ah, the last Thanksgiving post…a look inside that delectable chocolate-pecan pie pictured a few days ago.
Be prepared for a few days of Thanksgiving food pics: on the left is my mom’s chocolate pecan pie, and to the right is Justin’s cranberry-sausage stuffing.
An absolute carb overload at the Clinton Station Diner. We were ready to run a marathon by the time we were done.
We wanted to end our three-day excursion throughout New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania last month on a good note with a good breakfast. We were staying in Bethlehem and I did a quick search for the nearest diner. Right up the road was the Hanover Eatery. I walked in and was immediately reminded of…
The haunted house Justin and I built complete with an angry Greg ghost. The house must rest on my bar to keep my cat from attacking it.
It is with joy that I can type this review of New Hope’s newest restaurant and not have to note it was overpriced and aimed toward trendy hipsters. Instead, we finally have a place where you can grab an affordable breakfast or lunch in a town where trying to get a meal for two people…
Four “Cups of Dirt”: chocolate pudding, crushed Oreos, and gummy worms! You can even add gravestones made out of marshmallows or Graham Crackers.
Words to live by from Bethlehem PA’s “Chocolate Lab”.
A gigantic chocolate chip cooked my mom baked in a cast iron skillet.
We are nearing the end of posts for my recent trip to Pennsylvania. So far, we explored Reading and its Pagoda, got stuck in Crystal Cave when the power went out, and have eaten a ton of good food. Now, we are on to Bethlehem. This was a first-time visit for me while Justin had…
A delightful assortment donated to our museum from Duck Donuts in Middletown for a volunteer day we had last month. We cannot thank them enough!
A spur-of-the-moment sopapilla using whatever I had laying around. A lightly fried whole wheat tortilla is topped with chocolate chips, honey, whipped cream, and a scoop of pistachio ice cream.