It’s the end of April, and spring is still holding out on New Jersey (for reference, it’s 50°F, raining, and I’m wearing a turtleneck as I write this). But for this not-long-enough long weekend in Miami, it was summer. Continue reading
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My grandma can cook. Maybe it’s safe to assume that most people who grew up in Italy are gifted in the kitchen, but, in my unabashedly biased opinion, my grandma takes the panettone. (Sorry, bad Italian joke.) From pesto to pizza to cookies to cornish hens, she can do it all. One thing she can’t do: follow a recipe. Continue reading
I love all things pretty.
And all things cozy. And all things sweet and lovely and charming. Unfortunately, none of those things describes Midtown Manhattan, where I find myself every day on my commute.
Except for this one spot. Continue reading
My most-loved recipe is easy to make for party. Why? It starts with a boxed mix! It gives a whole new meaning to easy peasy lemon squeezy. Continue reading
If you make caramel, cookies will come. Continue reading
Picking strawberries wasn’t exactly a walk in the patch. Continue reading
From Me & Queen Bey
There are many reasons why Galentine’s Day is far better than its more popular predecessor. Countless, really. But this one’s my favorite…
Beyoncé cookies. Continue reading
Because what else is there to do when you’re snowed in? Continue reading
From trash to treasure in less than an hour… Continue reading
Or should I say, French cake?
One of the things I love most about hosting Thanksgiving at my house is that we get to keep all the best leftovers – like my aunt’s moist and fluffy pound cake, which just happens to make the most decadent breakfast ever when you dip it in batter and fry it. #thankful Continue reading