What to Wear On a Plane | Can Comfort & Style Live Happily Ever After?

What’s a girl to wear on a plane - when all you really want to do is jet-set around the globe without losing your sanity while hopping time zones and continents? Plan ahead, Sally and get … [Click to Continue...]

Musings at the Munich Airport: Travel in Style and Drink Gruner Veltliner

Airport life…eh, it’s not so appealing. Sure we all wish we could get to our special vacation spot sooner, rather than later. But when your actual travel day comes, there’s usually seven levels of … [Click to Continue...]

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What to Wear On a Plane | Can Comfort & Style Live Happily Ever After?

What’s a girl to wear on a plane - when all you really want to do is jet-set around the globe without losing your sanity while hopping time zones and continents? Plan ahead, Sally and get … [Continue Reading...]

Musings at the Munich Airport: Travel in Style and Drink Gruner Veltliner

Airport life…eh, it’s not so appealing. Sure we all wish we could get to our special vacation spot sooner, rather than later. But when your actual travel day comes, there’s usually seven levels of … [Continue Reading...]

I Heart Food

Lechon Asado Recipe and the Art of Letting Go

I love Sunday dinner. Love it. I prefer to call it Sunday supper, even though my friends and family give me a little side eye when I say it. Hey, that’s what keeps life interesting, right? Spring a bit of underutilized verbiage on someone … [Continue Reading...]

Why Brillat Savarin Cheese Is the Baddest Mother of All Cheeses

There was a space in time when I gave up cheese. I willfully practiced this horrible deprivation for nearly two months. I gave up wine for almost as long. Then I realized that life was too painful and boring without real cheese and great … [Continue Reading...]

Drink & Read: Wine Reviews

Domaine Drouhin Winery Review – Oregon Pinot Noir Revelations

I do love a good glass of Pinot Noir. Actually, what good glass of wine don’t I enjoy? Can I get an amen? A couple of months ago my bestie and I went on a mini-vacation (translation: four day wine tasting extravaganza) research trip to Oregon. It’s been a dream of hers ever since she was a little girl to live in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest, well not that wild. She’s loved Oregon … [Continue Reading...]

1000 Stories Zinfandel Wine Review & The Saga of Lost Common Sense

Ah stories, who doesn't love a good story? Give me a saga filled with intrigue, mayhem, and passion, I'm all in. I want more. Tell me a short story, a funny story, or an outrageous, and you have my heart for approximately the amount of time it takes me to listen or read. But if it's truly interesting you have my attention for a very long time. After all don't we all want be entertained … [Continue Reading...]

Weekly Roundup: Want a Better Memory? Try Drinking More Champagne…No Really!

If you’re visiting us on #WineWednesday at Wine & Drama HQ, welcome...it’s always wine day here. Today, I’ve got some great news that’s going to make you pop Champagne on the regular…Are you ready for this?  ARE. YOU. READY?   I feel like Oprah!  I’m so excited I can’t stand it! Did you know…The benefits of Champagne may help prevent Alzheimer’s disease, protect your gray matter, and … [Continue Reading...]

Why Baby Showers Are My Nemesis and Mollydooker The Boxer Shiraz Wine Review

Baby showers are my nemesis. I don’t think you understand...I really hate them. Don’t get me wrong I love a sweet smelling fatty all day long. Spit up on my Michael Kors blouse, that’s all right – get me some sparkling water, the blouse will be fine. You got a baby, gimme – because I want to bury my nose in their folds. But a baby shower? Now you’re just talking crazy. I want no … [Continue Reading...]

Zickefoose 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Review & the Dirty Dancing Satyr

As a child I was obsessed with Greek mythology. I’d read every story I could get my cookie crumb covered hands on – the more terrifying the better. I loved how Athena was more than a little cray. She onced turned a lady into a half-spider, half-woman - because the lady boasted how great she was at weaving. Then promptly lost the weaving contest. That's a whole new (ancient) spin on … [Continue Reading...]