Food Vixen

I love food. I love to discuss the latest trends, the best restaurants, and the sexiest meals.

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  • Location: NYC, New York
  • Favorite foods: My tastes are diverse and the biggest thing I search for is a warm, tasty meal made with love. What feelings does this dish invoke within me?
  • Last bite on earth: Popeye's wings. I am not into fast food, but I will make an exception in this case. I like to carry my very own bottle of Tabasco sauce, the heat it creates make my meals much more intense.

Latest Comments

Salad Dressing!

This champagne vinaigrette salad dressing recipe is from my sexy food blog. Its easy to make and the ingredients are simple. This dressing is very versatile, so you can tweak it up to personify your taste buds. :)
It goes perfectly with fish and chicken dishes or even a basic side salad.

Champagne Vinaigrette Salad Dressing

* 1 cup of mild olive oil
* 1 cup of champagne vinegar
* 1/2 cup of champagne
* salt & fresh ground pepper to taste
* pinch of sugar, optional

Just whisk the ingredients together, and refrigerate the rest in a container for up to 3 weeks. I hope you try this, its very tasty!

Cakespy: Deep-Fried Cupcakes on a Stick

Wow! I must admit I am very pleased that you have posted this recipe on serious eats. I will definitely look into more of your recipes. I love cupcakes and have baked them almost everyday of the holiday season. But I never thought of frying them. Sure, it can be hazardous to health if you it them all the time. But it a wonderfully unique way of eating cupcakes. Its innovative and sheer genius! I will make them on my cheat day, which is usually on a Sunday. Keep it up, Jessie! :)

Any holiday brunch ideas?

Thank you so much everybody, I love the all the recipes! I have a ton of ideas now, I don't even know where to begin! Particularly the Eggnog french toast because it's so "in season" :) I cant wait to get started!

The Meat and Chocolate Trend

The thought of chocolate covered meat like bacon or beef is very enticing, if executed the right way. I would make them at home first, that way I have more control of how they taste. Then I would hit a reputable spot that specializes in them. You have to thrill your taste buds sometimes, life is short. I just love food! ;)

Where can I find a restaurant where I can be blindfolded?

Thank you all for all the interesting comments, everybody. I am not trying to be kinky. I just like to eat great food and I believe it would be a unique and interesting way to appreciate the taste of it. :)

Homemade Veggie Soup-Dangerous?

I can totally understand your concern, I am fearful of the poisoning issue too. I always ask my family and friends if they think it would be okay for me to eat something from the fridge after a few days. I hear all types of answers. However, after having taken the food protection course in NYC, my theory is "when in doubt, throw it out." I wouldn't feel comfortable eating or serving anything that has not been frozen after three days. I know that your homemade veggie soup would taste very delicious served as fresh as possible. :)

Define your comfort food

My comfort foods are all the wonderful things my grandmother
used to make for me as a child. Grilled cheese sandwiches, with a can of Campbell's soup, Cocoa Pebbles breakfast cereal, BLT with Cheddar cheese, Rice Crispy treats, beefsteak tomato, cut in half and sprinkled with salt. I also find that a piping hot cheese pizza, washed down with and iced cold can of Coca- Cola is soothing to my soul too. :)