Writing a food blog means I spend a ton of time at the grocery store but honestly, I hate grocery shopping. It seems like no matter how many times I shop at the same exact store I can still never seem to find what I’m looking for. And shopping on Saturdays or Sundays when it’s super crowded? No thanks….
So, when Sendik’s asked me if I wanted to try out Sendik’s Express — their online … CONTINUE READING »
Alcohol… the key to my heart! I get a lot of free stuff sent to me in the mail from companies who want me to write about their products, but I’m always extra excited when the package on my doorstep contains something that’s drinkable.
I still haven’t had a chance to try any of these little bottles of ODDKA Vodka, but I’m definitely excited about them since they have some pretty unique flavors.
I’m … CONTINUE READING »
If you live in Milwaukee like I do the term “Beermosa” shouldn’t be anything new to you. In fact, you can regularly find this drink on brunch menus all over the city. It’s when I’ve talked to friends in other cities though that I’ve realized that most of them had never heard of this delicious beverage. Based on the name alone, this drink should be pretty self explanatory. Whereas a Mimosa consists of champagne and … CONTINUE READING »
I spent a weekend in Wisconsin Dells recently for my buddy Allen’s bachelor party, and on our second day after a drunken round of miniature golf we headed to Marley’s for lunch. As you can probably tell from the name, Marley’s happens to be a Caribbean themed restaurant, serving jerk chicken and pork, seafood and an assortment of sandwiches among other things. One menu item immediately caught my eye though; the alligator sandwich.
The sandwich … CONTINUE READING »
I’m just going to start this blog post off with a quick warning. If you’re planning on shipping a bottle of rum via FedEx there’s a good chance that even if you wrap it nice and tight with bubble wrap and affix a “fragile” sticker on it they’ll probably still somehow manage to crack the seal on the top of the bottle and leave you with a 3/4 full bottle of alcohol and a soggy … CONTINUE READING »