Last night I had an actual TV Dinner — a simple summery salad, while watching the news. I basically threw all the fruit and vegetables I had in the fridge together — arugula, tomatoes, peppers, pears — and topped them … Continue reading
And there is no better way to kick off a honeymoon than with some gelato from Giolitti in Rome! We only had a few hours here between flights, and we made the most of it. The Coliseum! The Pantheon! (You can … Continue reading
Yesterday I had lunch with Arielle Haspel, aka @bewellwitharielle, who is an absolute ray of healthy sunshine. She brought me to Birreria, the restaurant on the rooftop of Eataly, and not only was the space (and lighting) gorgeous, but the … Continue reading
B and I just got back from a few days in Tulum, Mexico where we were celebrating our one year anniversary (and my foot finally being out of the boot). It was just as relaxing as it was beautiful. And … Continue reading
Nothing makes me happier than wandering around a farmers market on a weekend morning. The smell of fresh flowers and vegetables, talking to the farmers who grew and brought their goodness to us in the city, discovering new kinds of … Continue reading
Perhaps one of the most simple salads to make — and also one of the most beautiful and delicious. The bite of the arugula is softened with a touch of olive oil and lemon… then sweetened with the grapefruit… then … Continue reading
This is one of my most favorite salads to make because: 1. It takes less than 10 minutes to whip up.
We love brussels sprouts in our house: shaved raw in a mustard vinaigrette, roasted with apples, sauteed with shallots in a hash, you name it. And now we can add crispy in a salad to that list. I actually made … Continue reading
It’s time for episode 4 of TV Dinner and this one is dedicated to my fellow non-meat eaters who have gone to a restaurant, only to discover that there is but one viable dinner option on the menu.
A few weeks ago in Montauk my friend Rina was raving about the way she makes kale salad — “just massage avocados into it, and that’s your dressing!” — so I obviously had to try it for myself. She was … Continue reading