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I’ve been waiting to experience The Purple Pig since I moved to Chicago in January of this year, 2014.
So tonight, it was raining, 10pm and I was flying solo with my honeybear out of town on businaasss. So tonight was the night that I walked right in to The Purple Pig and sat down at the bar, no wait
I’ll be honest. It’s difficult for a coffee shop to win me over because I ask for a lot—a lot being my perfect Café Au Lait, made with a light roast, and steamed almond milk, with shiny, glorious microfoam. So when I began my search for Chicago’s best cup of bean blood, I looked high and low …
It happened like this. I was strolling through Costco, starving, looking for something that I could buy and eat immediately, yes in the car. Don’t judge. You’ve been there. I wanted something healthy, but also sinfully satisfying. I ask a lot from life. Then I saw it … Angie’s Kettle Corn.
Scallops are the perfect thing to cook when you’re craving shellfish, but feeling a little lazy. They’re easy to prepare and even easier to eat! No peeling or cracking or or laborious picking necessary to indulge in the firm, lightly sweet, pale white meat that adds a level of luxury to many great recipes.