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I have a new addiction. I crave it every morning. I’m like an addict…slogging into the kitchen eyes half closed. I open the fridge and pour myself a half glass of this dark cold brew concentrate and then top it off with ice and some homemade vanilla simple syrup, or cashew vanilla nut milk. Cold Brewed Coffee and me go together like ….. […]
Summer is the time for picnics… at the beach, in the park, on a boat. I love eating outdoors. It’s easy to pack a picnic and especially if you invest in purchasing a few bento boxes. Although I used a traditional Japanese Bento Box for these photos, I recommend buying plastic bento boxes with rubber fasteners and inserts. […]
I don’t know what it was about this trip, but my love affair with Charleston is hotter than ever! Maybe it was being with my sister, or my friend from Monaco adding to the group, or the over the top, colorful, cascading flower boxes, or the fried pig ears whatever… it was, Charleston has made […]
I recently hosted a Flirting with Flavors bridal shower lunch, and I want to inspire you with some fresh ideas. Since it was a ladies lunch, we wanted to make food that was light, delicious and flirtatious. We’ve been getting into bowls lately… see my lentil bowl blog and we came up with the idea of an […]
Do you like pancakes? I know I do. I remember waking up on Sunday morning in Wichita Falls, Texas and my mom would be flipping pancakes, and the smell in our house would be so delicious. Now that’s such a nice memory. Cooking and making memories is what Mother’s Day is about! I love making […]
Our world today is all about convenience. Grab and Go is what so many of us do especially for lunch. When I don’t plan ahead I find myself eating unhealthy. I might grab a little something here and a lot of something there and next thing I know I have binged on popcorn because I’m […]
My assistant Edouard Massih and I have become quite a dynamic duo. He just graduated from Culinary Institute of America. A big congrats. We love to work together in the kitchen and introduce each other to things we have never tried before. Edy is Lebanese and recently made a flatbread for me that was out of […]
Sorry that this is not at our regular posting time. Life is a little challenging on crutches!! The combination of being at my parents’ home in California and my recent tumble in Aspen has left me feeling nostalgic. It has allowed me to slow down, spend time with the people I love most, and […]
I don’t know about you, but when I stepped out of my house yesterday (on crutches… but that’s a whole other story), I took a deep breathe in and realized that spring had finally sprung! The trees in Central Park are blooming and nature is ALIVE!!! Ah.. winter is over. Big Sigh!! And I’m wanting to […]