Tag Archive: Organic

Where To Bite Breakfast [East Village, NY]

Brunch is to the New Yorker what High Tea is to the British aristocrat, or what snack time is to the well-trained Kindergartener. It’s just what you do.  It’s not the first time I’ve… Continue reading

A Little Word on the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival

New York City experienced its fourth vegetarian and vegan nirvana this month, when the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival took over the Metropolitan Pavilion on March 1 and 2nd. Filling two floors with delicious… Continue reading

A Little Word On Garden of Eden

Every Sunday, after a solid workout and a rousing hour of Cardio Pilates, I make my way past Borough Hall to the Garden of Eden. And let me tell you, it is truly… Continue reading

Where To Bite Butter [Manhattan, NY]

No, the LWB kitchen is not suddenly endorsing butter as the foundation of a healthy diet. This is not the Paula Deen handbook for home-cooking with various types of fat. But I am… Continue reading

A Little Word On Eggplant

Growing up, I hardly ever ate eggplant. My father hated the texture, and my mother – not being an especially involved cook – stuck to the ingredients she knew how to prepare and… Continue reading

Tomato-Stewed Okra [CYOB]

Create Your Own Bite #31 1 15 oz Can of Stewed Tomatoes, No Salt Added 1/4 White Onion, Diced 2-3 Cups Whole Okra, Stemmed Salt and Pepper, To Taste 1 Tablespoon Light Butter… Continue reading

Where To Bite – ABC Kitchen [New York, NY]

You can’t make reservations more than a month in advance, and you can’t hope for a table if you wait longer. After a number of failed attempts, my family and I finally secured… Continue reading

A Little Word With Gabe Wolff – Tip Us The Wink

“I started daydreaming,” Gabriel Wolff tells me over a bottle of Honest Tea. The organic eatery we’re meeting in used to have an extensive menu of hot teas and espresso beverages, but they… Continue reading

Where To Bite Brunch [New York, New York]

I have no doubt this will be the first in a grand series of brunch bites. New York, as it turns out, may very well be the brunch capital of the world. From… Continue reading

A Little Word On Living Free

There are no shortage of parties on a Friday in New York City – after work lets out in Midtown, the streets are thick with people looking for an ice cold cocktail, a… Continue reading