Food is love. And, boy, do we love each other! We celebrated Valentine’s Day in Bali with a food tour of Seminyak’s trendiest restaurants. It was a disaster.
We love brunch. You love brunch. We love you. So, here it is: the best brunches in DC for ANY occasion
Food can be magical when French and Japanese cuisines and cultures collide. It creates a distinctive flavour profile and takes your dining experience to a whole new destination and level!
Most people seem to have a preference when it comes to tea vs. coffee, or even hot beverages vs. cold ones. I happen to like all of the above and I am always looking for variety and new things to try. So whether you like coffee or tea, hot or cold, there will probably be […]
Chicken has to be one of my go-to’s when I want to prepare an easy meal. It’s easy, mostly everyone loves chicken and it pretty much can be paired with anything. That being said my love for chicken wings has never dulled. Chicken wings are highly versatile with a number of marinades that can be […]
Blowfish tails are snacky, versatile, nontoxic, and showing up on restaurant menus At first glance, puffer fish may not appear the most appetizing of foods: the northern puffer, a club-shaped fish that can grow to eight to 10 inches and inflates into a spiny ball under duress, is unappealing by design. Famously, the variety of […]
by Erin Marissa Russell You grow carrots in your garden because you already know how delicious they are chopped into a crisp salad or sliced into sticks and dipped in creamy ranch dressing. Depending on just how many carrots your vegetable garden produces, you may find yourself with more on hand than your family usually […]
Never content to simply release a new brew, Lost Forty Brewing is once again offering up a riff on a relatively new debut. For today’s Freshcut Monday, the brewery is releasing Cherry Druid, an experimental mixed-culture stout. A couple of months ago, Lost Forty released Druid, which itself was a barrel-aged spin on a milk […]
[Please scroll down for Chol Hamoed Readings] Pesach Readings II 21-22 Nisan 5779 THE SEVENTH DAY FROM THE TORAH Exodus 13:17-15:26 THE INITIAL EXODUS 13:17-22 When Pharaoh lets the Children of Israel go out from Egypt, God does not lead them by the more direct route through the land of the Philistines, lest they retreat […]
I’ll admit, I’m not a fan of ham; but if you season it the right way, it can be pretty fabolous. This year for Easter, I used the Instant pot to warm-up the ham since my Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes were in the oven. The Instant Pot is great because it concentrates flavors and for this […]
El fin de semana fuimos a uno de los últimos días del Seagrams New York Hotel Bingo Brunch, desde que vivo en España llevo años escuchando de los Seagrams experiences, pero jamás nos habíamos animado a ir, y este año hemos ido al Bingo Brunch, ¡que experiencia tan ideal! Desde el momento que entras por […]
I tried being vegan once. I missed milk within hours. And I know there are plenty of studies that show we’re probably addicted to dairy, but I simply don’t care. For as long as I can remember, I have loved milk. Dairy gives me joy. It truly hurts my soul when I see wellness article […]
I have been thinking about creating a space to share what I am cooking, eating and thinking here in my quiet kitchen. I have been thinking about it for about two years. I think slowly, but here I am. I love to cook and always have. Food is love and love is food and nothing […]
So there I was. On my own, in a metal cage, hanging upside down. And as the wheel started to turn, a shudder went down my spine as I contemplated my own mortality…was this really the end?… Sure, I’d climbed in to the cage voluntarily. Heck, I’d even paid to do so! It had seemed […]
Date Visited: April 7, 2019
Is Per Se Still Relevant in NYC Dining Scene?
Last week, for the first time ever, I didn’t pore over the week’s supermarket flyers with pleasure, planning the meals I’d make with the meat on sale. Instead, I was at the bulk store buying quinoa, brown rice, lentils and nutritional yeast, and at the Big Carrot studying milk alternatives, from chickpea to oat. After […]