Apple Pie Filling and Dessert Topping

Pie rules and when fall rolls around, it's time for pie spices in everything! This simple recipe for pie filling is not only absurdly easy, but it's relatively fast and low-calorie (for a dessert). I tried to make it so that you can still taste all of the apple flavor, but still get that sense... Continue Reading →

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Fuji 1546 (Sushi) Review

It's hard to find really good sushi in the Boston area.  After watching the documentary, "Jiro Dreams of Sushi," (a great film and a must see) I am even more skeptical about whether or not what we Americans eat as sushi is even considered sushi by quality standards.  Nonetheless, I went to Fuji 1546 (not... Continue Reading →

Tony’s Clam Shop Review

While in Quincy, MA, I drove by a couple of clam shacks on Wollaston Beach.  The logical result was a hankering for a lobster roll.  First thing I did, was search reviews for the best lobster roll in Quincy and the reviews seemed almost unanimous, that Tony's Clam Shop had the goods. I went to... Continue Reading →

Fish Tacos

I received a request for a fish taco recipe.  The requester also specified that she prefers non-battered fish, but I wasn't sure I could comply with that request at the risk of making sub-par tacos.  Instead, I decided to try a tempura style batter, which would give the fish a very thin, low-calorie, layer of... Continue Reading →

Hops N Scotch Review

In honor of my friend's birthday, seven friends and I decided to go to the newly opened, Hops N Scotch at 1306 Beacon Street in Brookline, MA near Coolidge Corner. I first noticed the upcoming opening of Hops N Scotch as I walked by while it was still under construction on the 4th of July.... Continue Reading →

Chicken Marsala

I wasn't always the biggest chicken Marsala fan after tasting the mass produced, overcooked, dry version at my college cafeteria.  It is super easy to make though and can hit the spot when you want a little Italian in your life (insert "that's what she said" joke here).  I can't take full credit for this... Continue Reading →

Baked Eggplant with Sausage Stuffing

Halved eggplant with tomato sauce, cheese, and sausage stuffing.  Disclaimer: I did not write this recipe, but I did edit the format.  It is a guest blogger's recipe and it does look tasty! Ingredients: 1 carrot sliced  (60 cal.) 1/2 onion diced (60 cal.) 1 can diced tomato (100 cal.) 1 tbsp olive oil (120 cal.)... Continue Reading →

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