Category Archives: Culinary Education

Month in Review – February

Movies: A Matter of Life and Death (1946) – My friend Sarah and I do a monthly NYC cultural activity to give us an excuse to catch up and try new things. We saw this film as part of the … Continue reading

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Fake Out

I thought I had to go back to work tomorrow, but guess what – it snowed! The fashion school closes at the first sign of a flurry, as the sidewalks are too slippery to navigate in those stilettos… 🙂 Looks like … Continue reading

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Fill the Canteen

I had the loveliest winter break, but now it’s time to gear up for a new semester. The past few weeks have been busy, and I took advantage of my new museum memberships (thank you, IDNYC) to sign up for … Continue reading

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Out with the old; in with the soup!

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything here, but I’m going to try and be better in the coming year. Writing is good for me. Right now I’m on a break from teaching, while I gear up for the coming semester … Continue reading

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The New York Times Cooking School – inspired by a snow day :)

School starts back up at CUNY tomorrow, and I’m excited to be working specifically with international students and second language learners this semester. I’ll have 50 minutes a week for each class to be in the Speech Lab, so I … Continue reading

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Blondies for Blondes

Wow, it’s cold. NYC is a little bit miserable right now, battling an arctic blast that’s making its way around the country. It’s soooo difficult to motivate myself to leave the apartment, but work must be done or bills won’t … Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning My “Meals”

Now that we are officially a month into Spring, it’s time to start sorting through and clearing out the pieces of my life. I was sick awhile back, and am slowly reclaiming my energy and my voice. One would think that … Continue reading

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Elle M’a Dit

I woke up this morning to the clunking and hissing of my radiator springing back to life after hibernating all summer. Yup – it’s cold out. However, inside my little apartment things are toasty warm. My mom taught me this … Continue reading

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The Bar Has Been Set

Like most of America, I was absolutely inspired by the Harvard Business grad who paid off $90,000 of student loan debt in 7 months. Alas, I’m not going to be able to do that, BUT – I would like to … Continue reading

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Baked with Love

I had a wonderful Thanksgiving with my family in Seattle.  It’s so restful to go home and sort of be a kid again. I feel very blessed to have grown up in a home where my parents loved all of … Continue reading

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