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Good Advice

Good Advice

Never Ask A Woman Who’s Eating Ice Cream Straight From The Carton How She’s Doing!

Chocolate Milk Goes Upscale

Chocolate Milk Goes Upscale

Chocolate milk goes upscale. Matcha, mint, hazelnut, lemon-basil, and coconut are some of the subtle flavors that Kee Ling Tong, who owns the Kee’s Chocolates stores in SoHo and in the garment district, has infused in her refreshing chocolate milks, both semisweet and white. Kee uses milk from Fair Oaks Farms in Fair Oaks, Indiana […]

Obstacles

Obstacles

“There are plenty of difficult obstacles in your path. Don’t let yourself become one of them. -Ralph Marstons “Work With What You Got!” © Victoria Hart Glavin Tiny New York Kitchen © 2015 All Rights Reserved

Watermelon

Watermelon

Watermelon Watermelon is the ultimate summer snack. As a kid growing up in Nebraska, my favorite way to eat watermelon was outside, with the juice running down my face and arms. Here is how I’m eating watermelon this summer. Treat It Like A Steak Cut watermelon into 2 inch slabs and drizzle with olive oil. […]

Bouley

Bouley

Last night I had the pleasure of going to David Bouley’s Tribeca restaurant,Bouley. I have to say that it is one of the most beautiful dining rooms that I’ve seen in a very long time. Here is a photo that I took of the entrance. A wonderful display of fresh apples greet you when entering […]

Nothing Like A Bit Of Honesty

Nothing Like A Bit Of Honesty

I walked by this sign that was in the window of a rather interesting establishment not far from Grand Central Station. I have walked by this place over a hundred times, but never noticed the sign before today. The owner of the establishment saw me taking a photo of the sign and came out to […]

Quinoa

Quinoa

Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is the high protein dried fruits and seeds of a goosefoot plant (Chenopodium quinoa); these are used as a food staple and ground into flour. Quinoa is washed before cooking to remove a bitter residue from the spherical seeds. It is treated like a grain, but it is actually the fruit of […]

Summer

Summer

Among the delights of summer are picnics at the beach.

Nebraska Corn

Nebraska Corn

Nebraska Corn Growing up in Nebraska corn was a nightly summer menu item. The corn plant is Native American in origin and Nebraska is corn country. Driving through the state, one will see endless fields of sweet corn, feed corn, and pop corn. Small plot gardeners know that corn takes up a lot of space […]

Lemon Squares For Tomorrow's Picnic

Lemon Squares For Tomorrow’s Picnic

Lemon Squares For Tomorrow’s Picnic! Tart with just the right amount of sweet. I love making cookie squares for picnics. They’re easy to take along in the picnic basket.