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angiepants [one pocket at a time]

Hi, I'm a 24 year old Long Island raised lady who became a grown adult in Philly (aka: 7 years for undergrad and grad schooling), home of squished pretzels and 'brotherly' love. I've traveled over the northeast coast and even once to the Midwest for clinical rotations. I've just moved back to the Long Island suburbs to work a little (aka: pay off student loans...) while also studying for my Physical Therapy licensure exam/boards this winter.

I'm known to geek over anything anatomy or adaptive sports. You’ll find me stopping to pick flowers for my hair, living waist deep in my studies or spending the weekend cooking up a storm.

I'm an Aries and ENFJ by nature.

My favorites are fruit, artsy things, wearing aprons and sprawling down on the ground instead of actual chairs. This is my place of inspirations, thoughts, and daily occurrences. Enjoy.

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Posts tagged delicious

Sep 7 '14

foodffs:

Peach Wine Slushies

Making these for my Momma when I’m home the end of September/early August :)

Mar 16 '14
Jalapeno Chicken Thighs
Bone-in. Always. 
Nestled within beans, carrots and cilantro - nothing else needs to be said about this dish
Recipe here.

Jalapeno Chicken Thighs

Bone-in. Always.

Nestled within beans, carrots and cilantro - nothing else needs to be said about this dish

Recipe here.

Dec 4 '13
Jul 21 '12
Peanut Butter Baked Apples
This is probably one of the easiest and most wonderful things to eat (even if your apple does semi ‘explode’ in the oven..)
None of that ‘extra butter’ is necessary!

Peanut Butter Baked Apples

This is probably one of the easiest and most wonderful things to eat (even if your apple does semi ‘explode’ in the oven..)

None of that ‘extra butter’ is necessary!

Oct 16 '11
Oct 16 '11
Plough in the Stars (On 2nd St between Chestnut and Market)
Omelet de’ jour of seared salmon, zucchini, and goat cheese? Do you know how many times I don’t eat out at restaurants? (100%).  The surprise ‘fried Irish potato’ and side salad had me as happy as a 5 year old with their first McDonalds Happy Meal and toy.
Also: The table bread served at these tables are not your simple Olive Garden rolls.  They are serious home-baked loafs with jam and kerrygold butter.  Of course I wrapped one up in a napkin to take home so they wouldn’t be wasted…

Plough in the Stars (On 2nd St between Chestnut and Market)

Omelet de’ jour of seared salmon, zucchini, and goat cheese? Do you know how many times I don’t eat out at restaurants? (100%).  The surprise ‘fried Irish potato’ and side salad had me as happy as a 5 year old with their first McDonalds Happy Meal and toy.

Also: The table bread served at these tables are not your simple Olive Garden rolls.  They are serious home-baked loafs with jam and kerrygold butter.  Of course I wrapped one up in a napkin to take home so they wouldn’t be wasted…

Aug 5 '11
skysignal:

POCKY OM NOM NOM NOM

 You think its a sweet little biscuit that you might enjoy.  Finish one, po in the second and suddenly you realize the whole box is gone.
Addicting.

skysignal:

POCKY OM NOM NOM NOM

 You think its a sweet little biscuit that you might enjoy.  Finish one, po in the second and suddenly you realize the whole box is gone.

Addicting.

(Source: mochidesu)

Jul 19 '11
nutropolitan:

The Proof is in the Pudding
Dark bread with Crunch Time peanut butter and rice pudding, sprinkled with cinnamon.
Conceived By Lee ZalbenPhotography By Theresa RaffettoFood Styling By Patty WhiteBread By Orwasher’s

 I have everything but the necessary bread. but I’m willing to improvise for this masterpiece.

nutropolitan:

The Proof is in the Pudding

Dark bread with Crunch Time peanut butter and rice pudding, sprinkled with cinnamon.

Conceived By Lee Zalben
Photography By Theresa Raffetto
Food Styling By Patty White
Bread By Orwasher’s

 I have everything but the necessary bread. but I’m willing to improvise for this masterpiece.

Jun 27 '11
Bright, Juicy, Delicious things of color.

Bright, Juicy, Delicious things of color.

(Source: scamanders)

Apr 24 '11
wegottheafternoon:

um YES PLEASE!? Although they cut off my favorite one !

 I’ve only been to Cold Stone once in my life, but these options beg me to go again.

wegottheafternoon:

um YES PLEASE!? Although they cut off my favorite one !

 I’ve only been to Cold Stone once in my life, but these options beg me to go again.

Apr 19 '11
prettyfoods:

Apple Pie Oatmeal (via Oh She Glows)

 Future Breakfast.

prettyfoods:

Apple Pie Oatmeal (via Oh She Glows)

 Future Breakfast.

Apr 7 '11
Mar 24 '11

Farm Raised Arctic Char from White Dog Cafe (3040 Samson Street, Philadelphia)   

Green Meadow Farm Swiss Chard, Kennett Square Wild Mushrooms, Caramelized Butternut Squash, Creamy Whole Grain Mustard Spaetzle

AKA: Probably one of the greatest dishes I’ve ever eaten.  At a cost of $27 (something I would never buy myself), it was paid for by my Alternative Spring Break organization.  It was divine.
Did I mention everything this restaurant cooks is organic and LOCAL?  Now that’s amazing.

Farm Raised Arctic Char from White Dog Cafe (3040 Samson Street, Philadelphia)   

Green Meadow Farm Swiss Chard, Kennett Square Wild Mushrooms, Caramelized Butternut Squash, Creamy Whole Grain Mustard Spaetzle

AKA: Probably one of the greatest dishes I’ve ever eaten.  At a cost of $27 (something I would never buy myself), it was paid for by my Alternative Spring Break organization.  It was divine.

Did I mention everything this restaurant cooks is organic and LOCAL?  Now that’s amazing.

Feb 5 '11
Jan 19 '11
Beck’s Cajun Cafe (Reading Terminal Market)
Because when the logo for a shirt/apron/hat is 'Whose your Crawdaddy' -you know it has to be good.
Recommendations:
Mulfaletta
Gator Gumbor
Snapper Soup (made with Sherry wine)
Warm Bread Pudding lathered in a ‘Whiskey’ Cream Glaze
P.S. Did I mention they give free samples?

Beck’s Cajun Cafe (Reading Terminal Market)

Because when the logo for a shirt/apron/hat is 'Whose your Crawdaddy' -you know it has to be good.

Recommendations:

  • Mulfaletta
  • Gator Gumbor
  • Snapper Soup (made with Sherry wine)
  • Warm Bread Pudding lathered in a ‘Whiskey’ Cream Glaze

P.S. Did I mention they give free samples?