One of the first foodie places in Boston that called our name was Durgin Park, the famous home of the Boston Baked Beans. Let me tell you, they were delicious! The original location is the best, but we were happy to find that there is a location at the airport as well, which meant we were […]

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Walking through the Boston Commons Park along side the ice skating rink & winding paths was so peaceful. Brick buildings lined the park & we kept a sharp look out for our next destination. What would a visit to Boston be without stopping in at the bar where everyone knows your name? At the far […]

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Today is officially the first day of spring! A big bright salad just screams springtime to me. This Blueberry Arugula Salad incorporates a bright green spring mix with fresh blueberries. Then we add in some goat cheese for creaminess & toasted sunflower seeds for a little extra crunch! Just look at all of those colors! […]

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This Polish Kielbasa is one that my grandmother from North Dakota (then later California) always made. Growing up with freezing cold North Dakota winters meant lots of hearty, heart warming meals. This is a one pan dish that is loaded with vegetables, hearty potatoes, and the star of the dish…Polish Keilbasa sausage. To make it, […]

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After touring the incredible Boston Tea Party Museum, Ben & I headed over to see the Paul Revere House. It is a small, two story house located in the North End. We were interested to learn that although a popular historical figure, Paul Revere wasn’t always appreciated. He lived in this 3 room house with […]

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One of my favorite recipes for St. Patrick’s Day is this Green Watergate Jello Salad. Usually I would celebrate with this End of the Rainbow martini, but while our little one is still growing, I am opting for another seasonal treat! Have one for me! While this same salad also goes by the nicknames of […]

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Our trip to Iceland took us through Boston. I couldn’t resist adding on a few days to really explore. Our first stop in Boston was to the Boston Tea Party Museum (with a quick stop in Boston favorite, Dunkin Donuts). We were immediately given new identities & let through an interactive tour, complete with period actors […]

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After our Reykjavik tour, we quickly hopped onto our next excursion…dog sledding! This easily tops my list of favorite life experiences. The van that picked us up was warm & I hadn’t slept in a few days so I dozed off in the car. I was quite disoriented when I woke up and instead of […]

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We booked our trip to Iceland for January, the darkest, coldest time of year so that we would have the best shot at catching the Northern Lights. With all of that cold though, I was really looking forward to visiting the famous Blue Lagoon for some warmth & relaxation. After we bought the tickets to […]

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