The Most Delicious Gluten-Free Lemon-Blueberry Pancakes! ll Fluffy and packed with fresh lemon-blueberry flavor in every bite! ll

Delicious Gluten-Free Lemon-Blueberry Pancakes

April 20, 2017 2 comments

Hey, hey! Hope you guys are having a great week. I couldn’t wait to share these Gluten-Free Lemon-Blueberry Pancakes with you! When it comes to breakfast, we usually eat the same two things over and over again, just because it’s easy and efficient. Although on weekends I am more inclined to try a new recipe because we generally have a bit more time in the morning. I made these Gluten-Free Lemon-Blueberry Pancakes […]

Where to Eat and Drink in Berlin

April 18, 2017 2 comments
Where to Eat and Drink in Berlin, Germany ll All the best restaurants and wine bars to fit your budget and dietary preferences! ll

Hey guys! I hope your week is going well! I am heading home to Boston later this week to do some wedding planning, and I can’t wait to be with my family and soak up some quality time with my one-year-old nephew, Oliver. He is the CUTEST. I am back today sharing my list of where to eat and drink in Berlin! I’ve had a lot of fun writing these […]

Passover Matzoh Granola with Honey and Raisins

April 7, 2017 7 comments
Kosher for Passover Matzoh Granola with Honey and Raisins ll This recipe is healthy, low in sugar, and a great way to use up leftover matzoh from your seders! ll

This will be the first year in as long as I can remember that I am not going home to Boston for Passover. I’ve always loved Passover (despite the whole not eating bread for 8 days thing) because, for me, it’s always meant a big gathering of friends and family. On the first two nights of Passover it is customary to host or attend a seder, which is the Jewish […]

Where to Eat and Drink in Prague

April 5, 2017 1 comment
Where to Eat and Drink in Prague ll Something for everyone: Fine-Dining, Healthy, Vegetarian, Cafes, Burgers & More! ll

I am so glad we included Prague in our Eurotrip. It truly is a magical city, full of excitement, culture, nightlife, and so much rich history. We stayed in an Airbnb in Old Town Square and everything that we wanted to see was in walking distance from our apartment. We only ended up using public transportation to get to and from the central train station on our first and last days. Most […]

Chicken Meatballs with Green Curry and Apples

March 29, 2017 7 comments
Chicken Meatballs with Green Curry and Apples ll thai-inspired and gluten-free ll

When Travis and I were in Copenhagen earlier this month, we had two amazing meals at The Union Kitchen. We stopped in for dinner on our first night, and right away we knew we were in for a good meal because the restaurant was packed! The Union Kitchen is known for their meatballs — they have seven varieties on the menu, ranging from beef and poultry to vegetarian. Out of everything we […]

Where to Eat Healthy in Vienna

March 24, 2017 1 comment
Where to Eat Healthy In Vienna ll

We’re finally back in the U.S.! Travis and I arrived home to our apartment in Los Angeles exactly a week ago, and I’d say it’s taken us this full week to really adjust. I don’t know about you, but jet lag really affects me. Even at the beginning of our time in Europe, I was constantly tired and it took forever for my body to adjust to the nine-hour time difference. The same […]

Where to Eat and Drink in Amsterdam

March 10, 2017 1 comment
Where to Eat and Drink in Amsterdam ll

As I mentioned in my last post, I think that Amsterdam’s food scene is way underrated. It’s difficult to define the city’s cuisine in just a few words because they’ve gathered influence from many different countries, so I guess I’d just call it global. From cheap eats to fine dining, we loved every meal we had in our four days there. If I really had to narrow it down, here is […]

The One Restaurant You Must Visit in Amsterdam: Restaurant De Kas

February 28, 2017 8 comments
The One Restaurant You Must Visit in Amasterdam: Restaurant De Kas ll Amsterdam Restaurant Review on

Amsterdam’s food scene is completely underrated. People rave about the incredible cuisine in cities like Paris and Tokyo, but you rarely hear the same praise for Amsterdam. After spending four days in this beautiful city, I became increasingly aware of this. Since food is such a big part of both of our lives, Travis and I spend a good amount of time (okay, a lot of time) researching restaurants before each city we visit. After reading […]

Where to Go and What to Eat in Paris

February 21, 2017 4 comments
L'As du Fallafel: Where to Go and What to Eat in Paris ll

Hello from Amsterdam! We arrived here on Sunday evening and are loving everything so far. We’re headed to the Anne Frank House this morning, but before we go, I wanted to stop by to say hi to you guys and share some highlights from our time in Paris last week. It was Travis’s first time in Paris, so he wanted to make sure he saw all of the main attractions, and I […]

Juicero Review: What is Juicero and How Does it Compare to a Regular Juicer?

February 9, 2017 8 comments
Juicero Review: What is Juicero and How Does it Compare to a Regular Juicer? ll

I recently had the opportunity to try Juicero, and I loved it! What is Juicero, you ask? Think of it as a luxury, super high-tech juicer. I don’t think this review would be completely fair without mentioning that I do not own a “regular” juicer. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve definitely been very interested in buying a juicer. No one can deny the incredible nutrition that a daily fruit and vegetable juice can provide, but […]