Cuisine Category Archives

Kenepa Pops:

I have to share my favorite discovery of the weekend, and perhaps the Summer.  We were at our friend’s house and the ice pops that were served came in these cool pushable containers from Kenepa.  Colette’s favorite icy treat is a push pop so she was in heaven .  You can make your own with whatever ingredients you desire (albeit juices or a green smoothie), and they’re …

Juice From The Raw:

I love drinking juices as a way to get in my greens- especially when it comes to watercress and wheatgrass (let’s face it, I’m never eating these–drinking, a different story).   After a workout they’re refreshing and sometimes when I’m on the go I’ll replace a meal with one.  Whether you’re looking to do a few days cleanse or just in the market to add some cold …

Campagna At Bedford Post Inn:

Even before moving to the burbs I have been enamored by Bedford Post Inn– a cute B&B tucked away that’s known for it’s fine dining.   Fellow Westchester residents Richard Gere (yup, that Richard Gere), Carey Lowell and Russell Hernandez joined forces in 2007 to rescue and restore the historic property dating back to the 1860’s. The picturesque eight-room luxury suite, situated in Bedford, has a …

Entertaining Made Easy:

  I was introduced to the talented and personable Paula Hankin of Clueless in the Kitchen a few years back and have since been a fan of her “easy to make” recipes.  If you’re ready to drool, check out her instagram food shots (@paulabhankin).  I usually gravitate towards the kids recipes (who would ever think to combine avocado and strawberries on a sandwich?), but since I’m …

Burned Brussels:

I’m not much of a chef and really don’t have a desire (at least not in my city kitchen) to slave over meals that take forever.  Last night I made my famous turkey meatball sandwiches (you should know that turkey meat is the one meat I’m proficient at using–turkey balls, turkey meatloaf, turkey tacos–just a little Forest Gump humor that’s unfortunately true).  I paired the …