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Buttermilk Biscuits

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It is officially feeling more and more like Fall everyday here in NYC, which means that comfort food is on all of our minds. Today we have Sierra’s husband, Michael (who also happens to be a chef and the owner of  Michael Stuart NY), here to share his recipe for his best buttermilk biscuit. We recommend […]

Crispy Kale Salad

Kale Chip Recipe

A crispy kale salad is an incredibly easy, delicious and healthy meal to make for yourself. Michael Steifman of Michael Stuart NY shows us how to prepare the kale and is giving us tips on what to pair with your kale. Michael chose Russian kale, but you could use any leafy type of kale for […]

Lemons

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One of my new year’s resolutions was to do things for myself each day that make me feel good mentally and physically. This year I decided I was going to create very specific outlines of what those “things” would be in hopes that I would actually stick to them throughout the year. For example, read […]

At Home…

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I am a sucker for dumplings.  Any kind of dumpling really, from perogies to shumai, I’m into it.  Recently, I decided it was time to try my hand at making some myself ,and boy, am I glad I did.  Not only were they relatively easy to make- there’s nothing like a freshly made dumpling to […]

At Home…

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Happy almost weekend! This week, I’ve have had my nose buried in the new issue of Bon Appetit.  It’s chock full of great recipes, for everything from kimchi to simple salads, and the ‘Hot 10′ of must try restaurants is out!  These simple instructions for making preserved lemons, from the Philip Krajek of Rolf & […]

Food Porn

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One of the best, if not THE best, gifts I’ve received is a subscription from Juliet to the Australian based food magazine Donna Hay. Even if you hate cooking I highly recommend signing up because the photos alone are so inspiring it just may make you want to cook. Whenever I  receive a new issue […]

Kick that cold!

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It has been a terrible cold & flu season this year and we are all trying are best to stay healthy through it! Sierra did have a pretty bad bout with the flu last week and it got me cracking my herbal medicine books looking for good ways to ward off, and kick the dreaded […]

Glass of Sunshine

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When I recently came across this yummy looking concoction over at Two Tarts I had to share. Juliet and I we’re just commenting on how sad winter can become and it’s not even quite December yet. By the time we left the studio yesterday it was pitch black out and the cold wind was whipping […]

Rainy Day

If you’re in NYC right now you know that the weather is less than sunny (ie. torrential downpour). I personally like rainy days.  They give me an excuse to stay in and catch up on all of the projects I’ve been putting off;  laundry gets done, mail sorted, letters answered.  As the fall is really […]