Happy Thanksgiving to all. This year, I am thankful to be spending the holidays aboard a cruise ship with family and friends. I am thankful for the wonderful holiday meals, wine dinners, random Tuesday nights and other times I have been able to spend time with family and friends.
While you are enjoying football and . . . → Read More: Happy Thanksgiving (and A Cruise Deal For You)
I’m just going to sit here and look cute. He can’t be mad at me for using his computer with this face, right?
While FKGuy and I, along with family and friends, are enjoying a Caribbean cruise aboard Celebrity Reflection (more on that next week), Latke the dog has sent us some correspondence, which . . . → Read More: The Dogs are on Vacation
One of my favorite, easy-to-make appetizers.
What is it about certain holidays that makes you crazy? Is it the turkey you can barely lift? Lip-puckering cranberry sauce? The expectation that everything needs to be Martha Stewart perfect? Perhaps the pressure that this is your one-turkey-a-year chance to prove to family and friends that you . . . → Read More: A Stress Free Holiday In 10 Easy Steps
I never really “got” stone crabs. They look nice, with their orange claws and ink-black tips, but eating them never appealed to me. The shells are hard, and unless cracked properly, are difficult to eat. Plus, there are those bits of shell that get in the way of everything. They can be dangerous, too. I’ve . . . → Read More: Stone Crabs are the New Holiday Tradition
Fettuccine Alfredo, in a Parmesan bowl.
Last week I had the opportunity to tour the Royal Princess when she was docked in Fort Lauderdale, and I was impressed. Although it is possible that the Best. Thing. Ever. about Princess is the ability to have Fettuccine Alfredo, in a Parmesan crisp bowl, at every meal, . . . → Read More: Royal Princess, A Beautiful Cruise Ship
Friends emailed us last week to see if we were available for a wine dinner on Monday night. Knowing we would be driving from Key West to the mainland, being exhausted by dinner time was a certainty. Yet the lure of seeing good friends was too great, so we agreed to go. . . . → Read More: Market 17 Restaurant, Fort Lauderdale
A couple of months ago, my mother-in-law sent me the spiralizer attachment for my KitchenAid mixer, with the promise that it would change my life. It has taken me a while to try it out, but now that I have, I promise you this: there is no going back., because curly veggies are . . . → Read More: Spiralized: Curly Veggies Are Awesome
Completely gratuitous cute dog picture.
Last week I spent most of the week at TBEX, a conference for travel bloggers. While there I met many fabulous people, exchanged business cards, talked about Twitter and Instagram. Above all, I made some new friends. When I saw this tweet pop up, I was amused:
“@FloridaKeysGirl This . . . → Read More: Stop to Scoop the Poop
Brunch at Hot Tin Roof, Key West.
Some say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I disagree, but that is a topic for another day. If breakfast is so important, brunch is certainly the most momentous meal of the week, right? I think so.
I am not alone in this, . . . → Read More: 7 Reasons Brunch Rocks
Key West Food and Wine Festival Grand Tasting is always a good time.
You know how I love to give you stuff, just because you swing by and read my blog? Well, it’s that time of year again!
The 2016 Key West Food and Wine Festival promises all sorts of . . . → Read More: Key West Food and Wine Festival 2016: Discount Code and Tickets