November 11, 2010 • in Organic Food

A Visit to My Kitchen: Ayala Laufer-Cahana, MD

Ayala Laufer-Cahana, MD, is in my kitchen today to talk about the whole-circle benefits of organic food, her healthy favorite foods from childhood, and her well-rounded sources of news. Dr. Laufer-Cahana, physician (pediatrics and medical genetics), is an artist, serious …

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November 10, 2010 • in Exploring

Beautiful Butte, Montana

My first thought as we came in for a landing at the Butte, Montana, airport on a gorgeously sunny fall day was…What the heck is that?! What is that giant sculpted hole right next to town that looks like it …

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November 09, 2010 • in Organic Food

Organic Carts NYC

By guest blogger Alberto Gonzalez, founder and CEO of GustOrganics, the world’s first certified-organic restaurant using 100% organic ingredients, and one of the greenest and most progressive restaurants on the planet, Organic Carts NYC is a project that I …

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November 08, 2010 • in Random Thoughts

Long Live Pee-Wee Herman

Many, many years ago, in a land far away (actually, the next town over), my then-fiancé (now husband) and my 8-year-old daughter, and I would wake up on Saturday mornings looking forward to watching Pee-Wee’s Playhouse on TV.  When the …

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November 05, 2010 • in Main Dishes without Meat

How to Get Your Kids to Eat Tofu

My friend Warren just asked me if I knew any good recipes for tofu that his daughter (who is an alleged super-taster, and often picky, as a result) will eat. Tofu is one of those things that get a bad …

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November 04, 2010 • in Gardening

A Visit to My Kitchen: Mike Lieberman, the Urban Organic Gardener

Mike Lieberman is in my kitchen today talking about his personal connection to food, his addiction to his produce and his fear that we might be banned from growing our own food. Mike Lieberman started urban gardening and growing some …

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November 03, 2010 • in Organic Food

Eataly: Eat Awesome-ly

Now that I don’t really read The New York Times and Gourmet has folded, it’s harder to hear about new places in New York to check out for great food. I rely more on word of mouth or other insider …

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