COLOR ME DELICIOUS

COLOR ME DELICIOUS

As I sat looking at recipes for dinner, I realized everything had an ‘orange’ theme: carrot ginger soup, sweet potato noodles… mangoes and clementines for dessert. What does this all mean? It can mean nothing or it can relate to the 2nd, sacral chakra, located in the lower abdomen just below your navel. Often, wearing … Continue reading

Letting Go to Grab that Prize

Letting Go to Grab that Prize

Hi there!  What’s new and good? It’s been a while, I know.  But between buckling down to study for an online course I’m taking with IIN – the Institute for Integrative Nutrition – helping my mom out after a surgery, getting away for my fabulous, long-awaited for vacation, and traveling for work in between… Whew! … Continue reading

Eating Healthy on the Go

Eating Healthy on the Go

Flight attendants know every grocery store on every layover they’ve ever worked. Be it Sainsbury’s in London, the smallest bodega in São Paulo, or the closest Trader Joe’s in L.A., we know the perfect pasta sauce in Milan; the best beers in Belgium; plus the most delicious yogurt to buy in Paris (and every baguette, … Continue reading

A Tough Day to be a Flight Attendant

A Tough Day to be a Flight Attendant

I Am a flight attendant.  Although I work for a legacy carrier in United States and a terrible incident occurred today in the skies above the Ukraine, I and my fellow crew members worldwide are part of a family.  When one of us is lost through tragedy, the pain is felt in us all and words … Continue reading

We Are Connected: What I learned from the science geeks

We Are Connected: What I learned from the science geeks

I’ve been hanging out with some amazing humans online who are much more knowledgeable than me when it comes to that science-y stuff.  I’m the artist who uses photos, culinary skills, and words to express my creativity.  These guys (and fierce ladies) use numbers and quantum physics.  More specifically, Fibonacci numbers, platonic solids; the golden ratio and … Continue reading

Les Champignons de Paris

Les Champignons de Paris

A few months ago through the magic of Facebook, I read a story about a little appreciated gem in the organic food bins of Paris. Les champignons de Paris, to be more specific. A cross between ordinary button mushrooms and porcini, these fungi are grown in old limestone mines deep within some of the abandoned … Continue reading