Getting Juiced

What started out as a harmlessness preoccupation, has turned into a ritual! Juicing is my new love – I do mean the healthy juicing. Once I saw the photo Kate Hough posted on Facebook a few weeks ago I knew I had to try it too. Here’s Kate’s recipe for  green juice is inspiring 1 head romaine lettuce with the heart of the lettuce … Read More

Easy Baked Salmon

Fast, simple and easy to make salmon! An endearing video portrait of me in  my PWC NYC kitchen of 2008! This video went was featured on YouTube in 2008.

New Year’s Eating Resolution

I have a good feeling about 2012. Most people I know would ask me to quantify my feeling. I will do so by saying I’m more than 75% sure the world is not going to end on the Mayan calendar, leaving 25% probability that it could occur. Being  realist I’m certain there’s so much more we need to learn before things come … Read More

Happy Holidays – Cupcakes

I am a fan of delicious cupcakes. I could not resist these, Holiday specialty cupcakes by Richard Ruskell, executive pastry chef at Montage Beverly Hills. These cupcakes are beautifully gift wrapped in deliciousness. Richard Ruskell is celebrity chef and most recent winner of Food Network’s Last Cake Standing, started offering specialty cupcakes which use seasonal flavors and ingredients. These special … Read More

Less is More – The Kitchen: [Next Door] Boulder, CO

If you’re a minimalist and love an unpretentious environment “The Kitchen: [Next Door]” is for you —and apparently for me. As you enter the sparely furnished dining area you can’t help to take note of the modern French influence on the decor. As I approached the interior I could smell something delicious is cooking – indeed it is. It’s not … Read More

What to do with Organic Peaches?

It’s organic peach season in Boulder! I had no idea the organic peaches in Boulder would totally blow my taste buds. Since discovering and uncovering these specimen’ juicy sweet nectar I’ve been on a peach cooking frenzy. Last night I made organic mango and peach chutney to pour over grilled chicken, sweet onions, and yellow peppers. I’ve never made chutney before … Read More

Shelly’s Pompeii Oven

Shelly Martin is an extraordinary person who not only studies artifacts from the past and built her own Pompeii Oven. Shelly is a CRM Archaeologist who finds life in the past fascinating. Spending time in Pompeii she discovered the beauty of the outdoor oven. Shelly decided to build an oven like the ones in Pompeii for her own home, here in Boulder. … Read More

Boulder Coffee vs Tea

I love both coffee and tea. For me it all about the taste. Boulder is really big on both coffee and tea.  Boulder enjoys both coffee and tea houses equally. I find the tea is better than the coffee. My European heritage has lend me down a path of dark rich coffee that is highly acidic. Enough jolt to keep … Read More

Tuna, Mango, Avocado Salad

What do you do with a can of tuna, mango, avocado, onion, lemon and dill? Well you mix all together adding a dash of salt and pepper, and a table spoon of olive oil. This is a deviation from Amy Lieberman’s recipe she uses fennel instead of dill. This very easy to make summer salad is very refreshing.

Dining in Boulder

I’ve been all over the world and finally settled in Boulder. The food in Boulder is known for being earth friendly. Meaning it’s organic and it’s natural.