Posted on 25 August 2013 by admin
We’re always skeptical of food features offered alongside attractions, but we decided to give the diner in the heart of Wahooz a shot, and we were blown away.
Sure, nachos are over $5 bucks, but am I getting some simple chips? Nope, we got a platter of smothered goodness we could barely chew through as a group. Continue Reading
Posted on 06 July 2013 by admin
Who doesn’t love the Mac & Cheese? Sure, the lactose intolerant, but we’ll ignore mom for this one. As a ginger, she’s no stranger to being wonderfully unique. She should be all about the cheesiest of tasty stuff, so that’s her problem, not ours.
So you know about Mac & Cheese, and maybe your kids love it, but we can show you how to take it from “good” to
“the best food ever!” Continue Reading
Posted on 26 January 2013 by admin
The next installment in our travel Road Trip Food Packing series is the food overview. One important question to consider when planning that big road trip is how much food is the right amount of food to pack, and the other question is what kinds of food should I pack?. There’s no perfect answer because every traveler is as different as every trip and every taste. Continue Reading
Posted on 22 October 2012 by admin
Man, our vacation is going super-duper swimmingly, and I have to wonder how it is that humble, literative folks like us can afford it. But as quickly as the question always arises to me, the answer comes quickly on its heels. If you’re going to travel with a gaggle of kids in tow, you simply have to take a box of basic foods in you trunk. Continue Reading
Posted on 12 September 2012 by admin
It was the end of an already long and dragging day when we peeled off from our already tiring and tiresome series of reviews in the San Jose adjacent area. We’d seen more things than I’m already capable of remembering and we were a smidge starved to boot. For some reason my handlers took us to The Jungle Fun and, despite my un-ignorable exhaustion, my batteries were quickly recharged. Continue Reading
Posted on 28 May 2011 by admin
There’s a handful of things you have to do when you go to San Francisco, such as see the Golden Gate Bridge, take a stroll through Alcatraz (preferably in a stroller), and see the expansive, though not expensive, San Francisco Zoo. There are other must-sees along the way. For example, if you’re going to the zoo, you have to go to the Beach Chalet. Continue Reading