Where to Bite Vegetarian Fusion – NYC [The Traveling Bite]

Hello again! For those of you who didn’t get my Facebook update [and if you didn’t, you should like LWB for the latest buzz] I was on a whirlwind adventure in New York… Continue reading

A Little Word on New Year’s Resolutions

Hello 2013. How will you be? As the first day of the New Year draws to an end, I wanted to sit down and share my New Year’s Resolutions. 2012 has been a… Continue reading

Unwrapped: Where to Bite Out on Christmas [The Mouthful Morsel]

As playwright David Mamet once said, “The Chinese Restauranteurs’ Association…would like to extend our thanks to the Jewish People…we are proud and grateful that your God insists you eat our food on Christmas.”… Continue reading

Unwrapped: A Little Foodie Gift Guide, Belated or Otherwise [The Mouthful Morsel]

Perhaps I should have done this before the gift-giving holidays ended.  But in my family, we prefer belated gifts, shopping together, and making exchanges. Yesterday, I picked out my very first garlic press, as part… Continue reading

Unwrapped: Rosemary Roasted Mushrooms – CYOB [The Mouthful Morsel]

Happy Holidays, all! After a little hiatus from the Internet, that I used to catch up on some quality time with the family and start a new yoga program, I’m back with a… Continue reading

Where to Bite Vegan – Emerson College Vegan Food Fest [Boston, MA]

With a large vegetarian and vegan population on campus,  Emerson College is the perfect site for a Vegan Food Festival.  This event, hosted twice a year by the on-campus student organization Earth Emerson,… Continue reading

Healthy Hanukkah Latkes – CYOB

Healthy Hanukkah Latkes Create Your Own Bite #16 For the Tri-Color Vegan Latkes: 1/4 Cup Unsweetened Applesauce 1/4 Cup Yellow Onion, Thinly Sliced 1 Sweet Potato, Peeled and Grated 1 1/2 Yukon Gold… Continue reading

A Little Word With Chef Josh Lewin – From Allandale Farm to Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro

Hoping the rain will hold off, Chef Josh Lewin drives out of Beacon Hill and heads toward Allandale Farm in Brookline.  The damp November afternoon doesn’t keep Lewin from making a personal trip… Continue reading

A Little Word on Vegetarian Thanksgivings – Leftovers [A Double-Dip Day Day]

Thanksgiving weekend may be coming to a close, but our fridge is still stuffed with traditional Thanksgiving leftovers. My father’s vegan stuffing and my aunt’s cranberry sauce are among the dishes taking up… Continue reading

A Little Word on Vegetarian Thanksgivings [A Double-Dip Day]

After hours of preparation and cooking, Thanksgiving came, and brought with it a dozen varieties of vegetables, including delicious housemade sauces and glazes, and more vegetarian and vegan options than I’m used to… Continue reading