I’ve been trying to get myself over to Doughnut Plant for FOREVER! The Travel Channel loves it, the Food Network loves it, food bloggers love it and now I can finally say I love it too. Doughnut Plant is run by Mark Israel and has been located way in the east of lower Manhattan for […]
I’m back in New York. Paris was beautiful, magical, romantic and delicious. My blogging will recommence shortly.
Greetings. I spent this past weekend in Dublin, Ireland. It’s a relatively small city but the people are friendly, the food is delicious and beer is a’plenty. The climate is cold and wet and there’s not much to do during the day but the nightlife is…gee, what would be the right word…energetic? We arrived at […]
Hello, blogosphere! I’ve been in Paris for about ten days now and of course it’s been nothing short of marvelous. All of my expectations have been exceeded. I’ve been eating plenty of pain au chocolat and croque madame, and drinking wine everywhere. I love this country. Forgive me for the lack of posts but I […]
The first 24 hours in Paris have been a dream. This city is magical and too beautiful for words. I’ve wanted to come here for so long, I still can’t believe I’m actually here. We live in the St. John’s Paris Campus on rue de Sèvres in the 6e arrondissement, surrounded by patisseries and brasseries. […]
Since I didn’t have work today, I thought it’d be the perfect time to bake something sweet and intricate; well intricate for me – we all know my fear of frosted cakes. I decided on a carrot cake recipe I’ve had marked for a while in my Abel and Cole cookbook. I followed the cake […]
My good friend Michelle invited some of us ladies over last night to make sushi. Although we are all avid sushi eaters, I was hesitant and intimidated by the hassle at first but caved eventually. She bought all the technical necessities in Chinatown, our friend Irina bought vegetables and I bought the fish. Teamwork! We […]