On Location with Falconeri / Verona, Italy
We landed in Venice and I could immediately feel the buzzing Italian energy and the warm sun on my face. I spent the entire drive to Verona staring out the window, in awe at the beauty of the Italian countryside.
A Backyard Soirée
I love planning dinners and having lots of people over, but it stresses me out!!! Sometimes, in the hour before my guests arrive, I feel like I'm about to have a panic attack because nothing seems ready.
The Essentials / Liquid Gold Chicken Stock
Everyone seems to have a different way of making stock. Is there a right way and a wrong way? Maybe? Probably? But as far as I’m concerned, if your stock comes out clear with a beautiful golden hue, and has shimmering droplets of delicious chicken fat (a.k.a. schmaltz) floating on the top, then you’ve accomplished your stock goals! #recipe #noshwishtosh #natashafeldman #Essentials #EssentialRecipes #cooking #chickenbroth
The Essentials / The Forever Salad
What I love about this salad is that it hits all the important salad elements while still being really healthy and quick to throw together. It’s super zesty and fresh, loaded with texture from the cucumbers, chickpeas, and tomatoes and it’s incredibly easy to alter based on the seasons/ and/or what’s in your fridge. The basics are important, and from there you can really toss in anything you like. #atelierdore #food #healthy #recipes #cooking #salad
The Essentials / Pickled Veggies
I think pickled vegetables are a very underrated snack. Ten times more satisfying than a plain ‘ol vegetable (in my humble opinion) but, as I recently found out, not ten times more complicated to make. Sisters Hannah and Marian are back to show us another essential (and simple) recipe for this fall season. Happy pickling!
How to Throw a Dinner Party: The Culinistas
Sure, Nourishment is a lot about the food, but you know what it’s also about, gathering around said food. I think a lot about food as the excuse to gather. I’ll be honest, as a team we’re not always the best about taking the time to have a proper lunch and talk about anything other than work. So when Jill Donenfeld and Tiana Tenet from The Cu
Will Guidara and Daniel Humm Make It Nice
There's a statue on the southwest corner of Madison Square Park of William H. Seward, who served as the U.S. Secretary of State from 1861- 1869. It’s not a statue that immediately connotes feelings of hope, growth and partnership. It’s merely another bronze statue of a man in a long coat that thousands of people walk by daily, not even knowing
THE ESSENTIALS / RED SAUCE
Two is always better than one, no? So to continue our series of Essential Recipes we invited sisters Hannah and Marian Cheng of famed Mimi Cheng's Dumplings to contribute a few simple, yet satisfying recipes for those crisp fall days. First up? A little red sauce (with a side of pasta). Enjoy!
THE ESSENTIALS / KITCHEN SINK SOUP
We all have those weekends (or weeks, months, let’s be real) were we overdo it a little—I’m a nutritionist but also a human, so yes: it happens to me too. This soup is like a good friend or a warm hug; she’s always there for me when I need her and makes me feel infinitely better about life. I like to make this in big batches and freeze left
Upstate with Nhi Mundy
Man, do I love Nhi Mundy. Let me just start by saying that half-way through the shoot she whipped up a lunch that my dreams are made of—gnocchi in an olive oil & garlic sauce with a touch of sage, the freshest Greek salad I've ever laid my eyes on, and a small side of kalamata olives because, come on, everyone loves a good, salty kalamata oli
There are few things better than a perfectly crafted burger. In fact, the only thing better than a good burger is one that's been thoughtfully constructed by a team of Australians. Enter Ruby's, the New York City based establishment that focuses on using fresh ingredients with the perfect amount of Australian influence. And because today is
In the Kitchen with Naz
We first met Naz at a breakfast meeting that she had thoughtfully catered. Intrigued by her food, style, and personality, we were eager to get a closer look at her personal and professional life. A designer by trade, a chef + caterer by passion, and a mother on top of it all, Naz does a little bit of everything. She has a meticulous yet laid back a
Il Buco’s Kale Salad
The OG of all kale salads is from Il Buco here in the city. It's the one that started it all, and the one that is forever in my heart as my favorite salad in New York… It's the one that started it all, and the one that is forever in my heart as my favorite salad in New York. Kale has recently kind of gotten a bad wrap, going from being a garnis
Kingsley’s Guinea Hen Egg
If there's one thing the studio can agree on, it’s that eggs make a full meal. Em & Erik make them for dinner at just about any opportunity - they're simple and delicious and nutritious. But even something so elementary can be elevated, case and point: the Guinea Hen Egg dish from Kingsley here in New York. It looks like a Japanese delicac
Two Hands’ Acai Bowl
One of my favorite places for breakfast is Two Hands, a really cute café that's pretty close to the studio - and also has lifesaving coffee! Like Navy, they serve a really delicious avocado toast - but it's their acai bowl that I love the most. Acai bowls seem to be trending now in New York (who knew that food could trend?), but it's because th
Julia Sherman’s Salad for President
Salad gets a bad rap; not always taken seriously as a complete meal, instead associated with restrictions and diet fads. On the contrary, and I am a big believer in this, salads can be hearty, wholesome, and highly nourishing for many! Julia Sherman knows this, and not only is she interested in the nutritional appeal of a salad, but also the artist