Giving is one way that I express my vision for a better world. And, giving is liberating! This season I was reminded, yet again, about why giving matters.
Collaboration is essential to us. It has always been a huge part of me, especially when it concerns food. Whether it is a new dish or a classic, a forgotten ingredient or a fresh discovery, it is the coming together in a global community that I truly relish.
My introduction to oysters was in Hong Kong on my 16th birthday. As a teenager you feel “the world is my oyster!” Little did I realize the oyster would become a huge part of my world.
Of the amazing regional cuisines in France, Provence stands out as a favorite. And from the provincial capital of Marseille comes a well-known, and sometimes under-appreciated soup.
“There are friends for a reason, friends for a season and friends for life.” (Anonymous) Such is the law of impermanence.
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.
As I celebrate a milestone wedding anniversary in Milan, I cannot help but see a connection between the beauty of youth and the buzz of age. Milan is a city steeped in history, and perhaps past its prime. Yet, Milan is teeming with life.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Thankfully, we have numerous resources to empower us to care for our own mental health and well-being.
In our ceaseless pursuit of life, it is worth pausing to reflect on what Easter truly means. A message of real hope.