Cuisine Category Archives

Paris Day 2:

Day two looked a lot like day one and three–wine, decadent food, shopping and culture with a side of some new experiences.  We started the day off with breakfast at Angelina, most well known for its pudding-like hot chocolate that’s beyond addicting.  We then made our way on the metro to the end of Paris to the Foire de Paris, an expo-like flea market that …

Daily Wardrobe:

This spring break I relied on easy dressing for all of my adventures with the kids.  This entailed pieces that are layerable, fashionable sneaks and materials that breathe (read that as cotton tops and jeans with lots of holes!).  I’ve especially been living in my boyfriend jeans, even of the white variety.  We spent a lot of time downtown.  We visited Washington Market Park (a …

Button Up Or Down:

When I’m running around the city all day (read that as jumping on several subways, trains, walking miles), it’s hard for me to wear thick knits or lots of layers.  The more running I’m doing the hotter I get, so I tend to choose a basic button-down that has ventilation and isn’t bulky.  My go-to lately is a denim shirt that I can accessorize in whatever way …

Cool Mess, Hot Idea:

At my core I’m a city girl and take any opportunity to bring my family in for a trip, no matter how quick it may be.  Last weekend we decided to head over to the UES to check out all the Cool Mess hype.  After seeing friends’ photos on Instagram, and not really knowing what it was, except that involved ice cream, we tested it …