Tag Archives: travel

New Orleans, Part I: IFBC

Well.  That was certainly a trip. I’m back home, after eleven days in New Orleans.  It’s not a very long time on paper, but time can be quite subjective, especially when returning to one’s hometown after a long absence. The first weekend was spent attending the International Food Blogger Conference, or, affectionately, IFBC NOLA, at […]

NYC Part III: …And All the Rest

(In which our narrator concludes her tale of a trip to New York City.) I know it’s dreadfully dull to look at other people’s vacation pictures, but I had a few remaining photos of my (not so) recent trip to New York, and thought I’d share them anyway.  It’s my blog, and I’ll be dull […]

NYC Part II: Breuckelen Gin

(In which our narrator continues her tale of a visit to New York City.) One of the more interesting places we visited in New York was the Breuckelen Distilling Company, located in and pronounced like the famous borough.  In the midst of city-battered warehouses, under the roar of the expressway, you can catch the rustic smell […]

Corn Cookies, à la Momofuku Milk Bar

On our recent trip to New York City, we stopped in at Momofuku Milk Bar.  Christina Tosi, head Pastry Chef of David Chang’s Momofuku empire, has lately become a darling of the food world.  With my training in Baking and Pastry Arts, I mostly wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I’ve already […]

NYC Part I: Momofuku Milk Bar

Two weekends ago, I spent the most incredible time in New York City with some dear, dear friends.  It was my third visit to the city, but my first in about eight years, and certainly my first since I’ve cared much about food at all.  And, oh.  My.  Goodness.  The food. The food, the food, […]