This fitchick is stuck at home, feeling crummy while nursing a heinous cold. I’ve had some calabaza con pollo but still need sleep and about 19 more blankets because it’s insanely cold in this body! Brrrreathing hurts. Blech. This crumtastic day brought…Continue reading
…Baby! Salt ‘n Pepa were on to something, ladies and gents. I mean, most responsible [and irresponsible] adults have sex. It’s a primal need to procreate. Everyone does it…right? The straight up answer is yes…and no. Why the heck am…Continue reading
Hi ya’ll! It’s Christmas Eve! I’m spending my much-needed family time in the deep south. Tejas! Growing up in such a rich (literally) Hispanic-centered foodie capital has had its thumbs ups and downs. For example, it took going to college…Continue reading
The icemageddon hit Dallas on Thursday night. Sufficed to say, we had a four day weekend. Well…I did. The beau had to work Monday because the roads were better. Our school district (and every other one within a 30 mile…Continue reading
As my first official year in the “big girl” world, I can finally stop drooling over anything that suits my kitchen fancy. Sadly, there is a huge difference between being “able to buy” something and being able to “afford” it….Continue reading
I absolutely luurve The Porch! This fitchick loves all things pancake, eggy and homestyle. Thankfully, I found a restaurant to meet these needs, and they do so with a pure love of food!
The Porch offers some amazing, scrumptious, chop-licking, knock-yer-socks-off dishes that will instantly bring a smile to your taste buds. They put a new twist on traditional dishes from around the world. The menu is bold and delicious. Their “Big Board” offers weekly specials that you wish they’d add to their permanent menu. You’re guaranteed to love any dish they smack down in front of you and it’d be a challenge not to gobble up every ounce of that blissful flavor.
Did someone say carbs? I have a serious, deep-down, get-in-mah-bellie, love-affair with pasta. Blame it on my Italian roots, or the fact that most Hispanics love Olive Garden. Seriously, it was a childhood staple. When I got to college however,…Continue reading