NYC January Trip

New York is one of my favorite places in the world. It's full of an energy that you can't put your finger on, a sense of the old world and new world working together in a chaotic harmony, a chance to experience the first and best of everything from new clothing stores to new workouts, … Continue reading NYC January Trip

Blackened Halibut with JUSTUS Braised Rainbow Chard from the Feed The Resistence cookbook

So for my birthday my brother and sister-in-law sent the coolest little cookbook by Julia Turshen called Feed The Resistance: Recipes and Ideas For Getting Involved. The book's proceeds are donated to the ACLU and the whole idea is cooking with intention, intention to be a more mindful and engaged citizen. AKA my whole motto!! … Continue reading Blackened Halibut with JUSTUS Braised Rainbow Chard from the Feed The Resistence cookbook

Flashback to My Mexico Culinary Adventure

A few years back when I was working at PepsiCo and was a single lady, my mom and I decided to start taking mother/daughter trips over Christmas time when I had a break from work and when our extended family (my brother & sister-in-law) were with her fam. Also helps that my dad was raised … Continue reading Flashback to My Mexico Culinary Adventure

Pan Seared Salmon Dinner

For years I was too scared to cook salmon in a pan and I have no idea why but I seriously regret the years that I spent not enjoying salmon the way I do now. I could never get it just right in the oven or on the grill, and when I finally decided to … Continue reading Pan Seared Salmon Dinner

Meal Prep: 6 Things to Prep for your Week

Meal Prep is one of those terms that floats around the health and fitness social media scene in the form of hash tags and captions to basically describe being efficient AF with your cooking time. For me, meal prep happens on Sundays or Mondays and it includes prepping most of my breakfast, lunch, and even some … Continue reading Meal Prep: 6 Things to Prep for your Week