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If you’re from Los Angeles and you’re planning on heading to Coachella weekend, listen up. The concert is a small blip on your radar in comparison to the onslaught of absurdly amazing parties that are at your fingertips. I say ‘if you’re...
Here’s my simple, and healthy, CHICKEN BROCCOLI ZITI recipe! This is the perfect accompaniment to any hearty main course at Easter, like a honey baked ham! 1. Chop 1 onion and 4 garlic cloves finely – brown in skillet on Medium heat...
Ok lets get real about two things. Foremost I should coin the travel slogan ‘travel as a local but also explore your home as a tourist”. Money. Secondly, I should confess Boston isn’t reaaaally my city. Heck until senior year of high...
As a life long New England skiier and snowboarder, I have conquered nearly every acclaimed mountain in NH VT MA and ME. Stowe, however, was one of the few areas I still hadn’t visited. Known for the superb conditions and quaint villages,...
I used to revisit this page often when I was first starting out blogging. It has followed me from my original blogspot page, over to a wordpress.com stint to finally end up here, on TravelingFig. I’ve changed drastically since I first carefully mapped...
Not that hosting Thanksgiving is a piece of pie, but at least with Turkey day, the guess work for menu planning is taken care of. Easter? Not so much. But fret not, I’ve got the perfect, stress-free Easter Menu for you! <<||...
Easter has always been one of my favorite holidays. I love the baskets, the painting of the eggs, the anticipation of spring weather. But going to my cousin Kristen’s house was always the best part. As kids, the cousins would stuff ourselves...
Oh spring. What a beautiful time. Everyone stretches their arms and comes out of hiding. The lilys start blooming, birds start singing and smiling becomes more commonplace. Despite the magic of the birds and the bees, spring in Boston makes me downright cringe. Eager...
Don’t get me wrong. I enjoy Urth Cafe just as much as the next socialite, but that doesn’t mean we should disregard Urth’s less crowded (and less pompous) neighbor, Le Pain Quotidien. What to order: I come here for their bread baskets,...