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The Steel City

December 18, 2011

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I apologize for the lack of content recently – I was pressed for time, between finishing up my psych rotation and relocating to Pittsburgh for a family medicine clerkship. The drive wasn’t bad – in fact, I made it here from Philly in only 4 hours.  But when I decided to check out my accommodations, […]

What I’m Eating | Grilled Plums with Spiced Greek Yogurt

July 4, 2011

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After returning from my Costco run this weekend, I realized I had to start thinking of creative ways to get rid of the 4 lbs. of plums I purchased (seemed like a good idea at the time).  I could have made some type of plum sauce, but since it’s July 4th weekend, something just had […]

What I’m Eating | Farfalle con Asparagi

May 29, 2011

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I recently helped a friend pack up his apartment for a move and let him stay at my place because we had taken apart all of his furniture.  The next morning his mother picked him up and bestowed upon me a giant bag of food and other items they wouldn’t be bringing to his new […]

Tips for Navigating the Supermarket

March 11, 2011

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Taking a trip to the grocery store can be more dangerous than you’d think.  Waiting for you in each and every aisle are marketing ploys aimed at suppressing your better reasoning, the ultimate result being you making poor dietary or financial decisions – whether you know it or not (enter the 100 calorie pack, my […]

What I’m Eating | Balsamic Tiger Blood Chicken

March 6, 2011

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In honor of what was apparently National Charlie Sheen Week, I decided to make a dish powerful enough to fuel an F-18, bro.  The flavors, I might add, were a “winning” combination.  Okay, I’m done. Ingredients: 1 boneless, skinless chicken breast (the marinade can support another) 1/3 cup, plus 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoons […]

“Make it Happen” at RIM Café

February 23, 2011

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This blog was never intended to have reviews of restaurants or other establishments, but I’m making an exception: South Philly is a unique place – and you can find absolutely anything in the Italian Market – but I never thought I’d find something as unique as RIM Café. Owner & sole operator René will treat […]

What I’m Eating | Easy Homemade Pasta

February 23, 2011

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Who doesn’t love fresh pasta?  Don’t be intimidated by the thought of making your own at home – it’s simple and requires nothing you don’t already have in the house.  It can be done in about an hour, start to finish, and the result is well worth the effort. Ingredients: 2 cups unbleached, all-purpose flour, […]