A Quick & Easy Recap of Blogmas So Far

We’re more than halfway to Christmas and blogmas is in full swing. Have you been keeping up? Here’s a quick recap of all the posts so far.
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Day 1: Current Coffee Roasters bringing real coffee for real causes to the Capital Region.
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Day 2: New Albany restaurant The Cuckoo’s Nest serves up the best southern comfort downtown.
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Day 3: There’s a never ending supply of good eats in Troy, New York.
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Day 4: Upstate is great, but there’s a lot to see (and eat) out east in Boston.
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Day 5: Winter restaurant week was in full swing, and I went fishin’ for the best deals.
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Day 6: Chocolate frosting is a gift to this earth, and sweet treats with sprinkles on top are pretty good too.
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Day 7: Pizza.img_4086
Day 8: The calories are worth it when the doughnut tastes this good.
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Day 9: Ice cold, but heart warming, ice cream is always a good idea.
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Day 10: Name a better time to indulge on a whole bunch of chili than a snowy Saturday in Schenectady.
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Day 11: Noodles come in all shapes and sizes. Every one of them delicious.
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Day 12: Mex-i-can I have more?
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Day 13: If you ever find yourself a little hungry, Albany has got it all.
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Happy Blogmas everyone! Make sure you’re following along on Instagram.

Pizza My Heart

There is something special about pizza. It comes in many shapes, sizes, and flavors, making it a nearly universally satisfying meal. Living in New York, even Upstate, means that we’ve been blessed in the pizza department. It’s well known that New York pizza is the best pizza in the world, but we’ve been taught that the best slices come from New York City. If you’re reading this from Upstate New York you know that we’re very different from the Big Apple, but one similarity remains– we have great pizza, too.
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Under The Sea For Saratoga Restaurant Week

Eating out is not economical. I realize this each and every time I check my bank statement. Yet this expensive hobby of mine is one I will not kick. That being said, I do try to experience restaurants in the cheapest way possible, getting little tastes here and there at food festivals and events like Chowderfest and Wing Walk.  On December 1st Saratoga Restaurant Week started, so I took this opportunity to take a bite out of Fish at 30 Lake.
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Capital Region Spotlight: Enjoy Troy

On the East side of the Hudson River sits a city full of life, history, and food. I can’t deny that I once had pre-conceived notions about the City of Troy, often hearing that it was run down and unsafe. Those assumptions were wrong. Because I know I am not alone with the pre-conceived notions, and because I have since learned of all the awesome places Troy has to offer, I decided to highlight some of the best places to visit in Troy.

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Taking On Troy: Sunhee’s Farm and Kitchen

When it comes to deciding what’s for dinner, it’s always a challenge. “What are you in the mood for?” “I don’t know, what are you in the mood for?” is the consistent without fail back and forth that I encounter. The pressure is always on me as the resident “foodie” to make the call and it’s not always the best position to be in, especially when everyone is getting hangryContinue reading “Taking On Troy: Sunhee’s Farm and Kitchen”

Taking On Troy: Sunhee's Farm and Kitchen

When it comes to deciding what’s for dinner, it’s always a challenge. “What are you in the mood for?” “I don’t know, what are you in the mood for?” is the consistent without fail back and forth that I encounter. The pressure is always on me as the resident “foodie” to make the call and it’s not always the best position to be in, especially when everyone is getting hangryContinue reading “Taking On Troy: Sunhee's Farm and Kitchen”