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As I get ready to cook my Thanksgiving feast, I wanted to recreate my butternut squash soup and give it some more flavor, and spice! I decided to add some curry, and garnish with an extra crunch, and the beautiful pizzazz of pomegranate. My tradition is to serve a warm, comforting but elegant soup before the […]
Aren’t you always fascinated when you hear a story about someone who experiences a traumatic accident and then uses it to create a life changing path for themselves??? Meet the latest wonder woman of the restaurant world Zahra Tangora, one of the leading Women Chefs of New York. From graffiti artist to now making art on a […]
After a crazy week of charity events including a fabulous concert for the David Lynch Foundation with Katy Perry and Sting at Carnegie Hall, and the preview of the highly anticipated broadway show the Color Purple featuring Jennifer Hudson, on Sunday I am pretty pooped and still exhilarated. I need to calm down, take a deep […]
This week we decided to travel to Downtown Brooklyn, and bring you behind the doors of the Tigernut Factory. You might ask yourself what is a Tigernut? Well its not exactly what you are thinking. Even though Tiger Woods nuts are very popular, these nuts are not made from humans or tigers, they are actually […]
18 years ago (has it really been that long???) my husband and I took a trip to France and ate at four different Michelin 3 star restaurants in one week. Every meal was 4- 5 hours and sensational but after that extravagant week of eating I was cured from my three Michelin starred restaurant cravings. […]
Another trip to Paris… Quel ennui???? Not for me! I had a very good reason to go this fall to celebrate a special birthday for my sister. It started out as a girls trip and then after six days of shopping, eating, and museums; my husband arrived to contribute to our paris adventure. Whether I’m […]
It’s that time of the season again, the bright and colorful squashes are out in the market. Here is one of my favorite Squash and Kale salads that was created by Chef de Cuisine Andrew Corrigan . In this video chef agreed to show me how to make his Red Kuri Squash Salad with Kale, Parmesan Tuille, and Honey-Chile […]
Do you wish you could entertain at home but simply don’t have the space? Rather have someone else do the cooking for you? Fall is the perfect time to get together in NYC, but dining out at restaurants can be impersonal, frenzied, and loud. There’s nothing worse than trying to catch up with friends while feeling rushed […]
As the wind picks up in the city, and I’m storing my white pants away, I’m thinking about France, Fall, Food and Fashion. Why???? On Saturday evening, I will be on a plane to Paris to celebrate a special birthday week with my sister and niece. It so happens to be fashion week in Paris […]