T’ahpas 529 | Melrose, MA

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Andalucia, a southern province in Spain is where Tapas originated from. The literal meaning of this word is “a cover” & traditionally this comes from a complementary piece of ham served on top of a wine glass so you wouldn’t drink alcohol on an empty stomach. These days we know them as “small plates” which allow you to experience many different flavors without filling upRead Now

Fluffy Matcha Pancakes | Lime Zest Glaze

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The day Matcha was introduced to me was a good day indeed. The history of Matcha is long and plentiful. Known in both Chinese and Japanese cultures it is used both for drinking and in religious ceremonies. Not only that but there are also grades to this powdered tea: Ceremonial: which is the highest grade and used in tea ceremonies and Buddhist temples, Premium:Β which isRead Now

How to Layer for Spring | Get Rid of that Bulk!

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While Spring has been deciding whether to stay or go in New England I have been coming up with some fun looks forΒ  the season which included some bold colors, fun layers and versatile shoes. Over the years my fashion choices have gotten bolder and the options broader. I do my shopping across the board from small local boutiques to large scale stores and thenRead Now

Traditional Pasta alla Carbonara | Roman Comfort Food

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  As we start this seemingly slow transition into Spring with its blooming flowers, fresh flavors and warm weather I am still craving the comfort food that we all typically crave during our usually long winter seasons. I had made a more American version of carbonara at some point a few years ago which had a creamy white sauce, peas etc. . . But thisRead Now