I received an inquiry from Infinity Jars last month around the same time I was preparing for my book launch. They arrived in the mail before I left for California, so I haven’t been able to enjoy them… until now. I’m delighted by their beauty and quality! I like to keep things simple and clean… Read More
There’s no elaborate plan necessary for easy vegetarian meals and snacks. And once you’re stocked, you’re golden. There are all sorts of varieties and SO many ways to eat them, it never gets old! Vegetables are incredibly healthy and low in calories. They taste best—and usually cost less—when you buy them in season, but frozen… Read More
I like to follow the KISS rule for the kitchen: Keep It Stocked & Simple. The goal isn’t to be the best cook, but instead to be smart, mindful and passionate in the kitchen and really, in everything I do. I’ve learned that simplicity and smarts make for fantastic, easy and healthful meals! The more… Read More
It’s a known fact that the kitchen can be a home’s focal point. Whether it’s a sweet Brooklyn apartment, a college dorm, a beach cottage, studio loft, or your grandmother’s house, the kitchen is a gathering place of love and comfort no matter what kind of house you have. It’s where memories are formed and… Read More
My Flounder with Cello Whisps recipe is incredibly fast and easy when you’re looking for something light, lean, low-carb and gluten free—and don’t want to spend a lot of prep time in the kitchen. Ingredients: 1 sweet onion1 tbsp olive oil2 flounder fillets2 handfuls fresh spinach1 limeCello Whisps (Parmesan crisps)Tartar sauce (optional) On medium-high heat,… Read More
Striving for Excellence For a family, preparing meals is a necessity. You’re taking care of your loved ones and nourishing bodies. And it’s often looked upon as work. First there’s the shopping. And then the chopping. And then… the clean-up. But what if we looked at meal prep as Upping our Game? Doing our Best?… Read More
“There is no spectacle on earth more appealing than that of a beautiful woman in the act of cooking dinner for someone she loves.” ― Thomas Wolfe Love you Momma Annabelle. Merry Christmas!