Refreshing Cold Asian Noodle Recipe for a Hot Summer Night

A couple of weeks ago I posted a pic on IG of dinner. Jenny and Martino, you guys seemed interested in the recipe! It was a hot hot hot day, and we don’t have central air conditioning! So when I got home hungry, this was my go to dinner.

A little back story — I’ll keep it quick, since you’re probably hungry, and looking for the recipe 😉 Back in our Brooklyn days, I struggled to maintain a healthy diet, packing lunch, and saving money. With the concept of Mis En Place — I would make sides ahead of time and mix and match for salads / lunches. It helped keeping us on our budget and semi-healthy diet.

DIY Wedding Flowers

 

DIY Wedding Flowers
Flowers, gardening, and plants are a major part of my identity!  Unfortunately/fortunately, I was unable to grow my own flowers for our wedding. This would have been too stressful to add onto everything else to do.  After months of scouring the internet for affordable floral vendors,

Dancing Till the Cows Come Home

(or leave home, that is)

On a run, we discovered Stonewall Farm. It’s a good run, totalling 4 miles roundtrip. The farm has a great educational program, hosts weddings, has a sugar house, and are a staple in the community.

A few days later, Dan woke me up and asked “Hey do you want to go look at cows dancing like puppies?” Turns out, it’s a huge deal out here

New Things & Big Changes

There are several new things to me at the moment.

I’ve left my home of Brooklyn after 13 years and moved to a tiny (and snowy) town, Keene, New Hampshire. It’s a lovely little place but a major lifestyle change from Brooklyn. My fiance and I got jobs magically in the same town his dad lives in.  We all work on the same block on Main Street, and also live together. We had a seamless transition from the hustle and bustle of Brooklyn to Keene. He has graciously allowed us to stay in his house until we can figure out a permanent living solution.