It’s true, I do love chocolate milk.
My name is Tanya—art director by day, wannabe housewife by night (minus the cleaning part of course). I love to cook, bake, and watch reality tv (the kind that follows people with real deal jobs like ghost hunting, crab fishing, bounty hunting, etc). I hope this blog encourages you to try new things, and enjoy the mishaps or miracles that come of it. Enjoy!
Category Archives: Dinner
I can’t believe it’s already August! July was packed with so many events that I took the entire month off from blogging (not from cooking though). I still haven’t finished the wedding thank you’s, and there is still plenty of … Continue reading
I’ve been feeling under the weather lately. I left work early on Friday to sleep all night and empty an entire box of tissues while popping decongestants like candy—not a fun way to spend the weekend. I’m feeling much better … Continue reading
Oh seafood, it’s one of my favorites. One of the reasons I love it so is because it’s usually super fast to cook, and can be pretty effortless to prepare. I stock bags of frozen shrimp in my fridge for … Continue reading
So it’s that time of the year again…spring is here, and summer is right around the corner. It’s the time when we start to pull out the summery clothes only to discover we don’t fit into them anymore, or that … Continue reading
We all know that Cinco de Mayo is only a few days away, and that makes me very happy! No, I’m not Mexican, but Mexican food, margaritas and sangria are just a few of my favorite things to enjoy. Well … Continue reading
It was really nice to have someone cook for me. What a treat. My friend Matt came over with a handful of ingredients and some little terra-cotta baking dishes, called cazuelas, and cooked up Gambas al Ajillo, or shrimp with … Continue reading
Mmm…pizza. Everyone loves pizza. Being from NY (and a lent observer), pizza was a big part of my life growing up. My family would go to the pizzeria often, but oddly enough, I’d always get a rice ball or something … Continue reading