Menu Search
Cook to Love, Love to Cook

The Inn at Little Washington


On our one year wedding anniversary this past April, we were jetlagged from our Taiwan trip so we didn’t have a proper celebration until two weeks later where Jason had made reservations to The Inn at Little Washington! Have you heard of it? It’s rated as one of the top 10 best restaurants in the world. It has the most amazing food and accommodations (yes, the inn is an actual place you can stay overnight – stunning rooms). It’s a…

Read More

Raspberry Coconut Bars


Happy Monday! Hope everyone had a good weekend :) It was perfect weather here in the DC-area this weekend – 70′s and sunny. Jason and I decided to hit up a local winery with a couple friends of ours. Most wineries in this area take about an hour to get to because they’re all tucked away in the country. It’s so pretty and sometimes I wish we would just pick up from our city-burb-ish life and move to the country.…

Read More

Taiwan: Hsinchu


Taiwan series if you’ve missed any: Taipei, Part 1 | Taipei, Part 2 | Kaohsiung We’ve come to the last post in my Taiwan series! I can’t believe it’s almost over! Have you been enjoying the Taiwan photo tour? I sure hope so :) After Kaohsiung, Jason and I took the HSR (high speed rail) from Kaohsiung to Hsinchu, where my aunt lives. It was a quick ride – I think a little under an hour. Hsing-Chu is the big…

Read More

Taiwan: Kaohsiung


In case you missed it: Taipei, Taiwan Part 1 | Taipei, Taiwan Part 2 Jason and I traveled down to the south of Taiwan to Kaohsiung for a couple days. With all the years I’ve been back to Taiwan, I have never gone south before! This was the perfect opportunity to go down there because it was Jason’s first time in Taiwan I wanted to give him the ultimate tour. It’s so easy to get to Kaohsiung now that there…

Read More

Taiwan: Taipei, Part 2


If you missed part 1 of Taipei, Taiwan yesterday, clickity click here! Night markets!!! Asia is known for them and I love going to them in Taiwan. The ones I usually go to are: Shilin night market (士林夜市) and Tonghua night market. Shilin is the most popular one and there’s always a TON of people. It’s insane. You can get there via the red line on the MRT. Tonghua is right near my uncle’s house so it’s really easy to…

Read More

Taiwan: Taipei, Part 1


I’m so excited to finally be able to share with you my Taiwan trip! The posts this week are basically a large photo dump of the two weeks that I was there. I’ll have blurbs throughout so if you ever choose to visit Taiwan (which you really need to!), you can try and visit some of these places. I’ll try to give addresses/location but some I don’t remember so I’ll just have to give the general area or something. Anyway..enough…

Read More

Tieks Ballet Flats Review and Giveaway


I’ve got an amazing giveaway opportunity for you – a chance to win your very own Tieks by Gavrieli ballet flat! The giveaway is sponsored by yours truly and the review is just something I wanted to share with you all because I truly believe you should invest in a good pair of flats! :) I was not compensated in any way for my time nor was I given anything for free. xo I’m sure you’ve heard of Tieks by…

Read More
Page 7 of 79...5678910...


Table for Two is a licensed LLC. All business and copyright laws are applicable on this blog and its contents. Please refer to my site policies before using this site. Citing me, when appropriate, is appreciated. The photography is original, as well as the contents of this blog unless otherwise noted. Please do not use my photographs for any distribution or personal use. If you have any questions, please use the contact form above to get in touch with me. All opinions on Table for Two are 100% my own. You do not have to agree with my opinions, but ask you to please respect them.

Scroll To Top