Thanksgiving is a holiday designed to bring people around food. What an excellent opportunity to show gratitude while re-writing old traditions.
Our recent summer travels to visit family would be incomplete without acknowledging the fruitful art of backyard gardening! Not only did we enjoy our time in Michael’s garden, but also the incredibly fresh produce that we were served.
La Chèvre d’Or has been described as a “unique ‘diva’, timeless, a jewel sparkling above the Mediterranean.” It is designed for wellness and oozes with ease.
All of us leave a remnant as we impact our own communities. It is that trace, that thread, which I look to uncover. There are always possibilities for discovery of my own hidden potential.
Exploration should present a sense of the surreal. I certainly experienced moments of marvel and awe during my week in Marrakech.
I recently had the pleasure to co-host another online session of Vegan-Vegetarian Kitchen, produced by Healing Our Earth. The experience could best be described as sharing the art of nourishment.
True seva is most evident in thriving communities, where the needs of others are placed above our own. Extending yourself, being integrated, demonstrating trust and respect, without any judgement. These are the values of a seva community.
On my recent excursion to Rome, I had the enviable pleasure to visit some of its best restaurants. I came away convinced that Italian cuisine is what really illuminates this amazing city. Roma is indeed where the stars shine, Michelin or not.
When it comes to Thanksgiving it’s all about giving thanks. My natural instinct is to show gratitude through my food, so I continued my ritual of enhancing the Thanksgiving menu as the years progressed.
When it comes to holiday cooking, I am a chef who anticipates the challenge. Thanksgiving, in particular, is not only an occasion to come together around food, but it is an opportunity to make old traditions new.