Archive for the ‘Fast & Easy’ Category

posted by on Eggs, Fast & Easy, Salads, Vegetarian, Vegging In

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Another day, another salad. I chalk it up to an indulgent weekend in the Catskills that consisted of chocolate chip pancakes, S’mores and Milano cookies. I must balance, I told myself. And so, I came up with a riff on Mark Bittman’s heirloom tomato and hard-boiled egg salad from his giant cookbook How To Cook [...]

posted by on Baking, Blueberries, Bread, Breakfast, Dessert, Fast & Easy

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I think it’s always nice, in this world of constant connectedness, to disconnect for at least a short period of time. Specific, to this blog, it’s nice to re-evaluate and re-energize and in general, with all our smart phones, Apple products, DVR, keyless car entry, etc., it’s hard to escape technology, so taking some time [...]

posted by on American, Cheese, Comfort Food, Fast & Easy, Sandwiches, Vegging In

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I always feel like the working world is so ebb and flow. One week I’m home at night in time to try a new recipe, see friends, work out and watch any given iteration of Real Housewives. The next week, I’m eating Qdoba at work, cursing those six flights of stairs to my apartment, and [...]

posted by on American, Dinner, Fast & Easy, Pizza, Vegetarian, Vegging In

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My friend came over for dinner last night, and one of the things we both talked about was how having someone over for dinner makes you so much more apt to try a new recipe. My dinner party of one often consists of toast, a veggie burger and some sort of quick vegetable garnish. Yep, [...]

posted by on Bread, Eggs, Fast & Easy, Sandwiches, Vegging In

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On this week’s episode of Top Chef: All Stars, my favorite chef-turned-chef personality Anthony Bourdain made a remark that Wylie Dufresne of wd~50 fame here in New York is something of an “egg slut.” Well, I like to think I am, too. My love for eggs kind of reminds me of the Bagel Bites commercial: [...]

posted by on Brooklyn, Fast & Easy, Mexican, Outdoor seating, Tofu, Vegging Out

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I fell in love with the Brooklyn Bridge Park last weekend. See here: OK, it didn’t hurt that it was one of the most beautiful days of the summer. But even without that, what I loved is how quiet, green, clean and family-friendly it is. Kids had more than enough space to run, skip and [...]