Kale-icious Lime Soup

It’s still a bit chilly here in New York City, but I’m hopeful that the weather will start to warm up soon. Cold windy nights call for soup so I want to share with you a recipe that I made during a cooking class at the West Village’s Haven’s Kitchen (my work place <3). The…

Hummus Where the Heart Is

My love for hummus started when I first went to Israel as a teenager. The creaminess and richness from the olive oil, the hint of Middle Eastern spices of cumin and cayenne, makes every bite feel indulgent. Fresh hummus is served in most Israeli restaurants as either an appetizer or part of a main course….

Healthy Green St. Patty’s Day Recipes

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day this weekend I thought I would share a few green recipes. No, you will not find any green food coloring in these recipes, as they all feature ingredients that are naturally green and good for you. From spinach waffles to green smoothies, these colorful recipes are jam packed with…

Easy Slow Cooker Recipes

After busy long work and school days, cooking weeknight dinners can be a challenge. That’s where slow cookers come in and save the day. Slow cookers are a great way to save time and energy in the kitchen while also adding depth and flavor to dishes. From soups, breads, and even yogurt, these magic gadgets…

What’s in Season: March

Although we’ve had a pretty mild winter, March is finally here! It’s not quite winter, but it’s not quite spring either. It’s an exciting time as spring produce begins to bloom this month and we say goodbye to the final days of winter. Farmer’s markets will soon pop up all over the city again as…