Thoughts on doing a seasonal Ayurvedic cleanse and a bit of a rant on the media’s obsession with lecturing us on what a healthy lifestyle should be. Also, a recipe for Kitchari, Ayurveda’s ‘perfect food’.
Thinking about ice-cream and the decisive moment – of the visual kind.
Stopping by to say Hi after a packed summer photographing for Napa’s newest restaurant, BlogHer 2012 and a short video about a Kansas City smoke-master.
Easing back into the blogging swing of things by saying less and some photos from the holidays.
Reflections on PhotoMuse 2011, the changes, the growth and the transformation, and being thankful for all of it.
The last time I played some sort of an April Fool’s prank was in high school when our class of 15 decided it was a good idea to hide behind the curtains and closet doors while our teacher left to run an errand. I wish we had a camera to record the look on his face to return to an eerily empty class, bags and desks untouched.
Are homecooked meals an impossibility? This Pasta Carbonara recipe might change your mind.
Our first home-cooked Thanksgiving dinner, courtesy of a menu from Dorie Greenspan’s newest book, Around My French Table.
Cultivating gratitude for everything in life.
“This is to notify you that your application for permanent residence has been approved.” After three years, five needle jabs and navigating the beast that is US immigration laws and visas, we’re finally here. We’ve transitioned from ‘Legal Aliens’ to ‘Residents’. Which is a pity. I enjoyed referring to myself …