Kitchenability Blog - Nisa Burns Cochran

04.22.2015

5 Things That Make Me Happy

Let’s talk about what makes us happiest. We all know that life can get crazy and we all can get wrapped up in work, stressful things in our everyday life, kids (if you have them), and focusing way too much on the negative. I could write about how I have 50+ things going on with work, or the fact that my house is messy (which […]

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04.17.2015

Avoiding Home Improvement Nightmares for Newlyweds

Are you a newlywed too? Are you finally deciding to take on a home project without pulling your hair out, or without looking at your wallet and going, “Ummm… How will I afford this?” Well, welcome to my world, because that’s where we are at. A few months back, we had water damage in the master bathroom upstairs. And believe me, it’s no easy task […]

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04.10.2015

Kitchenability in NYC: Little Italy, Cheap Eats and…Shopping!

After a long day of strolling through Brooklyn and NYC, taking in the sights and smells (and also drinking coffee you truly cannot get anywhere else — the froth on my coffee was perfect!), we ventured back out in the evening, and headed to Little Italy. My friend Sam wanted to take me to a restaurant called The Original Benito One. It was the cutest, […]

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04.08.2015

Kitchenability in NYC: Ulysses’ Folk House, Harry’s, Smorgasburg, More

My first night in New York was filled with laughs, booze, and great food. We got dolled up and it was amazing! We went to a tasty restaurant called Ulysses’ Folk House and ordered up some delicious fish and chips made with Guinness-battered codfish. We ate and caught up over some dirty martinis, and…we got a little tipsy!  Day two of my trip started off a

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04.06.2015

Kitchenability is Heading to New York City! (Day 1)

I’m sitting on the train heading from Virginia Beach to New York City to visit one of my longtime best friends, Sam. I can feel and hear the train rattling as I open up my journal, feeling its crisp, clean pages. I’m drinking a semi-watered-down, crappy cup of coffee — to keep me a human for the remaining hours of this long trip.

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