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Roaming the Home of the Ponies

When I was around 10 years old, one of my absolute favorite book series was Misty of Chincoteague by Marguerite Henry (first published in 1947). I must have read each book at least 10 times, that is how much I love(d) them. So this past weekend was like a dream world made reality, when I…

Where should we travel to next?

For the past couple months, I have featured (mostly) recipes from different countries, and so far we’ve been to Mexico and Morocco (well, kind of). This is a new project I started to highlight flavors from around the world, and honestly, to give my content some focus and consistency. As July is coming to a…

More Duality in 3D

July 4th in Atlantic City and everlasting Duality

I can’t believe it’s already been over a week since Independence Day. I hope you had a lot of fun and enjoyed your day! A couple weeks ago, I shared the upcoming arrival of a new attraction on Atlantic City’s boardwalk that debuted on July 4. What’s so interesting is that in the past five…

around the world

New project: flavors from around the world

I have decided to start a new project for this blog that will  represent my love for food, culture, and travel.  Join me as I take a trip around the world to explore the flavors and words of different countries. While I would love to actually take this trip, for now it will be completed…

Dining in the Detroit Area

Last week, I had the opportunity to visit the Detroit area for the first time for a special event. Not only did I have the chance to explore the area in a few different types of cars, but I had the opportunity to east some delicious food. Union Woodshop The Union Woodshop in Clarkston, MI,…

Weekly photo challenge: Hidden

As fun as it is to visit zoos, sometimes when you arrive the animals really aren’t in the mood to visit with you. If they have access to an indoor area that you can’t get to, then you’re out of luck. But, sometimes they’re just hiding. Such was the case when I visited the Barcelona…