Who doesn't love caramelized onions? These little jewel-like, sweet morsels are a burst of flavor when stuffed in specialty paninis, nestled atop risottos and sprinkled on top of coal-fired pizzas.
Ever since I first visited during the winter of 2009, I knew this was my dream city. The diverse culture, the friendly people and, of course, the delicious food captivated me from the moment I arrived.
I’m not a snacker – I much rather eat three set meals during the day as opposed to small, snack-sized portions. With that being said, I’ve learned to snack over the years as it keeps my metabolism in check and helps me with my weight loss goals – win, win!
The holidays can be a pretty hectic time. Family to host, meals to plan, gifts to wrap – I know it can get tough! However, I always like to get creative during a festive time like Christmas.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I’m completely obsessed with carbs.
I've been feeling very country-like lately. Naturally, I decided to channel these emotions and feelings by way of baking.
Just the same as people wait anxiously for Christmas every year, foodies in Miami wait for Miami Spice. Miami Spice is a two-month culinary celebration of the best of the best restaurants in Miami. To kick off this year's Spice, I went to the very exclusive, very high-class Zuma for dinner at the EPIC Hotel.
I'm a sucker for a good piece of cake.