It’s been a while since I’ve posted in my “Dine” category, hasn’t it? I blame the rise of Postmates, but I just haven’t been inspired to walk the grocery store in search of ingredients for my next recipe. Luckily, I just found out about this new food delivery service based in Los Angeles called Milk & Eggs and hit a stroke of inspiration. Using all organic ingredients that were delivered straight
As far as ‘diet trends’ go, 100% natural tea detox plans are surely of the more sane variety. The addition of tea into your diet has countless health benefits, even without the alluring promise of weight-loss. Just in time for summer I was sent the 14-Day Skinny Teatox program and, being as tea obsessed as I am, I was curious. Skinny Teatox is currently the #1 teatox in North America and
Ratatouille! Before I dive into the lists of new recipes I’m dying to try, I wanted to transfer over the ‘Ratatouille a la Remy’ I made almost two years ago from my tumblr. Inspired by Pixar one night I did a bit of research to find that the Ratatouille in the movie is not the French classic, but a reimagining by Thomas Keller called ‘Confit Byaldi.’ Classically ratatouille featured roughly cut vegetables that were fried then baked, and plated as a stew. Thomas Kellers ‘byaldi’ variation for ‘The French Laundry Cookbook” features vegetables in thin slices, adds a piperade (tomato & bellpeper sauce) at the bottom, a vinaigrette at the top, and serves the dish by fanning the vegetables out accordion-style. Thomas Keller, that fancy guy.