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Tweet Both of which, incidentally, cost very little. Last night, after watching Iron Chef America, I suddenly had an impulse to exercise my culinary creativity. (I spent the 20 minutes before bed thinking about what I can make for breakfast). I’ve decided to work on an improvised, healthier version of eggs benedict, both to save […]

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Tweet Not everyone can be Julia Child. With some dishes (i.e. fish), I’m not even going to try. So I was very happy when Mom introduced me to Morey’s Marinated Wild Alaskan Salmon fillets from Costco. (if you see this product at Costco, pick it up. It’s worth it, I promise.) Six fillets for ~$14. […]

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Tweet Question: How do I feel about the most expensive meal I’ve ever paid for by myself? The setting: Michelin-starred restaurant upon a hill. The food: delicious and well-presented. The company: my girlfriends and I, decked out in cocktail dresses and heels. But what really stayed with me was the impeccable service – friendly, informative, […]

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Tweet By  Trader Joe’s Chocolate Croissants, I am referring to these almost-too-good-to-be-true delights. Health-wise, these are not great for you (don’t look at the nutrition panel if you don’t have to). But taste-wise? Crispy, buttery, chocolate-y goodness all around. The best part is that there’s virtually zero prep involved (except time). You just take a […]

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Tweet Since January 2008, I’ve only bought lunch at work TWICE. I think I spent ~$15 in all. Because I’ve been so good, I am going to get a giant Chipotle burrito (I am partial to the fajita burrito with extra corn salsa) tomorrow. And stuff my face. I. Can’t. Wait.

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Tweet One of the areas that I can never feel sorry about spending money on is food. If I felt just a bit more guilty about that $20 sushi dinner or $15 tea, scones and finger sandwiches or $10 fajitas or $5 cream puffs or even $3 lattes that my credit card bills would be […]

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