This post originally appeared as a guest post on Beantown Prepster. Traveling through New England with Eat.Live.Blog. I am excited to share with you some of my top New England travel spots! I moved to Boston, from Florida, 8 years ago, Continue reading Summer Travel in New England – My Top 5
These long pauses in my blogging are happening pretty frequently. But what can I say, there is a lot of life happening these days! I wanted to just post a quick update on what is happening in my little piece Continue reading Eat.Live.Blog Update
Simon Pearce is what the reason we originally planned our trip to this area of Vermont. Can you believe we almost kept driving right by it because we were full from samples? That would have been a BIG mistake. An Continue reading Summer Travel in New England: Quechee and Woodstock, Vermont Part 3 – A Brunch Worth Traveling To
We arrived at the Woodbridge Inn of Woodstock and were ready to get some rest and head out for a full day in the morning. We booked the Inn that morning, and got a great deal at $99/night. The Inn Continue reading Summer Travel in New England: Quechee and Woodstock, Vermont Part 2
I know it’s not technically summer yet…but hey…if mother nature wants to eliminate the winter, I am happy to start my summer travel series early! Today’s adventures find my sister, Debbie, and I headed to parts of Vermont we had not Continue reading Summer Travel in New England: Quechee and Woodstock, Vermont – Part 1
I find it weird that I had to move from Florida to Boston to find good, local ice cream. Ever since Rancatore’s, and then Brigham’s, closed up shop near my house, it has been slim pickings. I love ice cream, but I Continue reading There’s a New Ice Cream Shop in Town!
If you are tired of thinking about Superbowl menu planning, I have something exciting for you today! As you have followed Eat.Live.Blog for the past couple of years, you have come to know my blog as a place to read Continue reading The Boston Globe Travel Show February 10 – 12, 2012 – Ticket Giveaway!
Seeing that my last post was on December 26th, I think you all can guess this has been a hectic month for me. Besides December and January being my busiest months at my full time job, the weight of the Continue reading Busy Month…Foodler to the Rescue!
As hard as I try to only plan 1 brunch per month for the Boston Brunchers, it just doesn’t seem to happen. I am actually happy if I can cap it at 2 brunches! So when December rolled around, I Continue reading Weekend of Boston Brunchers – Part 1: Temple Bar, Cambridge
In mid-August, my sister came to Boston for her birthday. By now my readers know that when my sister comes to town, we always have something fabulous planned, and it usually includes a lot of food, and discovering New England. Continue reading Adventures in Boston – Boston Chocolate Tour of Faneuil Hall & The North End