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REVIEW: BBQ Treat Subscription Box

Have you ever wanted to learn how to make barbecued ribs that taste like they’re from a famous BBQ restaurant?

Now you can, in the comfort of your own home.

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When it comes to the experience my family had at Insignia Prime Steak & Sushi tonight, one recurring theme comes to my mind: hospitality.

From the moment you arrive at this can’t miss Smithtown destination, you feel like a celebrity.

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RECIPES: Slow Cooker Lemon Garlic Chicken

When it comes to dinner, what do you want out of it?

-Delicious? Yes

Easy to make? Yes

5 ingredients or less? Heck yes! 

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BROOKLYN: Nature’s Grill 

There’s a place I discovered via my uncle that I absolutely adore.

Nature’s Grill is all about taking fast food and making it healthier. From protein packed meals, to smoothies and juices, EVERYTHING is fresh, and good for you too!

Tonight, once again, I am in love.

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DINNER IDEAS: Easy Beef Stir Fry

Tonight my mother and I had a mommy-daughter dinner night.

And when it came to picking a quick and easy recipe to make, my mom thought of stir fry.

I love making stir fry!

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Burgers on the Barbie

While there are many establishments that fire up amazing burgers, sometimes you just want a fresh handmade burger at home.

The bun pictured is a potato roll, and the ground beef came from Long Island Italian supermarket chain Uncle Giuseppe’s. 

Fresh, flavorful , juicy and cheaper than going out to a burger place!

Comment Below: What’s your favorite kind of burger? 

LONG ISLAND: Thai House, Smithtown 

There are restaurant where you are drawn to them like a magnet.

Where you go once and you’re hooked, and out of new habit, frequent.

That’s the case at Thai House in Smithtown, Long Island.

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LONG ISLAND: Mamma Lombardi’s

Sunday dinner, everyday.

That’s the phrase that pops in my head when I think of Mamma Lombardi’s in Holbrook.

It’s a warm, inviting atmosphere where you’re taken care of to the T by the staff. So much so, it’s like you become part of their family during each time you visit.

And the food? Trust me, you’ll always be full after a visit to this Italian Long Island staple restaurant. The portions are huge, but who would have it any other way? It’s Mamma’s cooking. Fresh, flavorful, delicious. The pictures truly are a thousand words.

Check out some photos of my 4th of July trip to Mamma’s below:


Mozzarella en Carrozza.
Fried Zucchini.
Veal & Peppers Parmigiana. Mamma usually makes it with sweet peppers, but i requested it be made with hot peppers this time. SO good.

Mamma Lombardi’s

400 Furrows Rd.

Holbrook, NY 11741



Easy(!!) Crockpot Meat Sauce

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, I love eating out of convenience.

Anything that’s fast and easy to make earns huge points in my book. Which leads me to a simple, easy thing you can make any night of the week.

Meat sauce!

IMG_4785Here’s what I used:

-Leftover ground beef I had in the freezer (about a half pound to a pound’s worth)

-Herbs/spices (garlic herb zesty seasoning from Kroger, oregano, parsley)

-Jar of plain tomato sauce


Here’s how I did it:

-Turned up my crockpot to high, put a liner in it.

-In a frying pan with a small amount of oil, turn your stove burner up to medium heat. Add ground beef and add herbs/spices to your liking (I added parsley).

-Cook until brown

-While that’s going, pour your jar of tomato sauce into your crockpot and add herbs/spices to your liking (I added the garlic herb seasoning and oregano).

-Pour beef into your crockpot and stir it all around

-Cook for 1-2 hours on high

-Cook up your pasta



What are some easy quick fix meals you make at home?! Please let me know by commenting below!

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