Month: November 2017

Find the Perfect Piece for Your Apartment at Peg Leg Vintage Goods

When you first step inside of Peg Leg Vintage Goods, you might make the mistake of thinking that this antique shop is a hodgepodge of retro furniture and decor. Upon closer examination, however, you'll discover that the collection is carefully curated and pieced together artfully.

The owner of Peg Leg, Krisi Hora, is able to select antiques and vintage-inspired pieces that fit into the homes surrounding her store, including mid-century modern armoires, simple and chic couches, and classic dining sets. The spread also includes unique light fixtures, seasonally inspired decorations, and elegant bar carts. Come to Peg Leg Vintage Goods to peruse the array or search for a specific piece of furniture or decor to embellish your apartment.

Enjoy Authentic Caribbean Cuisine, Courtesy of Honey’s Empanadas

Sustainable and humanely raised beef and pork from Maryland's own Evermore Farm. Colorful veggies from Clark's Farm in Howard County. Locally milled Washington Brand flour. These are just a few of the ingredients that go into Honey's Empanadas, which are dished out by a food truck that roams around College Park. You'll know the truck by its bright purple and turquoise hues.

Honey's dishes out Caribbean-style empanadas evocative of Puerto Rican home cooking. Order the original Honey empanada, stuffed with ground beef, or try a fusion creation like the Yi, which features Kalbi beef. There are also chicken, pork, and even vegan empanadas, as well as specialty dishes that extend beyond empanadas. Try the Tripleta, the Puerto Rican version of a Cuban sandwich with ham, skirt steak, and slow-roasted pork, or dig into the Tosnachos, which are tostones covered with cheese, ground beef, sour cream, and green onions.