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Sunday night I had my favorite kind of tasting menu…a 5 course dessert tasting! I was lucky enough to be a guest at Sugar Rush 2017, the creation of Jaime Schick – the talented pastry chef that has worked at places like No. 9 Park and Deuxave. She is in her fifth year of running […]

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As a stay at home mom, sometimes I crawl the walls and need to get out of the house. Here are some things that I’ve found in the Metro West area that will keep you sane and the kids entertained. Oh, and bonus points because they’re free! On Sunday nights at The Villa restaurant in […]

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It’s so fun to be turning 1!! The Go Local Boston gals and I put together a fun party for my little one who has a birthday right around the corner. If you’re looking for a traditional cake, The Icing on the Cake is one of my top choices. Located in Newton, TIOTC is in their […]

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About a week ago I was invited to check out the newest baby gear at Big City Moms Biggest Baby Shower Ever. If I were a first time mom, this would be a great resource (and it is a great resource even if this isn’t your first rodeo). As a veteran mom, it was fun […]

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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. I was invited to attend the Straight No Chaser concert and was compensated with a complimentary ticket and dinner. All opinions are my own. It’s that time of year – the holidays. Are you team Christmas or team grinch this year? I’ve been a little grinchy I have to admit…Thanksgiving snuck […]

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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. Whether you’re rooting for the Steelers or the Colts, the Redskins or the Cowboys, you can all agree on one thing, it’s dogs until 2pm! There’s plenty of time to watch football on Thanksgiving, but dog lovers, hold on to that remote until 2pm! The National Dog Show took […]

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Ever since I was a kid, my mom and I would go to the Christmas Festival. We would do some light shopping and then go out to the now closed Anthony’s Pier 4. The Christmas festival, now in its 30th year, has a wonderful gingerbread house display every year. The houses are judged and sold, […]

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It’s a wrap for the third annual Forbes Under 30 Summit here in Boston. The city was filled with celebrities, amazing young talent and yes, a cranberry bog. On the second night of the summit, I attended the Under 30 Food Festival at the State House. Chefs traveled from all over the world to compete for […]

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I was lucky enough to be invited to Harvest for the Harvest x Food & Beer dinner in June. The event featured guest chef Daniel Burns and brewer Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, co-founders of the Michelin-starred restaurant Luksus and Tørst in Brooklyn. They were at Harvest to celebrate the release of their first cookbook, Food & Beer. These guest chef dinners, used to […]

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You would never know that spring is around the corner with the weather being cold and rainy the past two days…but it is. If you can’t wait for spring (it’s only 4 days away!) check out the Boston Flower Show to get your fix. The show opened today and will run through Sunday. I was […]

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