Tiny Blue Lines is a blog dedicated to what comes after those two blue lines of a positive pregnancy test. I talk about all things motherhood--working, staying home, breastfeeding, cooking the best-ever meals (read: somehow involving chocolate), making a house a home for the craft-challenged, and seeking to answer the #1 question of motherhood: How in the world can I go to the bathroom by myself??...more
Catch me after work and before dinner as I cook! I love food- cooking in, dining out and spending time with friends and family. I live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan – originally from Pennsylvania, I’m married to a Louisiana boy who introduced me to a whole different style of cooking. By day I work at Vogue magazine, but at night join me as I try new recipes, entertain friends, explore new restaurants and visit old favorites. Enjoy!...more
Hi there, my name is Mairi & Toast is all about what I have been cooking (or eating!). It's where I write about what I have been concocting in my little Kiwi kitchen or what delicious morsels I have been lucky enough to sample. The recipes & inspiration come from everywhere - favourite cookbooks, great food writers, my Mum, friends or conjured up by me. The focus for me is on fresh & seasonal with a little sprinkle of indulgence as we all need a little of that. Enjoy!...more
Blog of Elizabeth, a mexican journalist who moves to Paris for to start one new life.Guides, advices, how to survive in the city (and take it with sense of humor), photography and art. Blog in spanish for the community hispanophone in France!
Not Just Sushi!
I am originally from the east coast area of the U.S. and have been living in Japan for the last ten plus years. I would to share the tastes of Japan that's not just sushi. Japan has adopted a very international palate of foods which I haven't found much in the U.S. so would like to showcase these as well.
Partiuclarly, I like baking cakes, cookies, etc. rather than just meat & potatoes. I am sharing the recipes that I have found in Japan and the techniques for making them....more
If you've ever been accused of hedonism, consumed with a passion for food and wine, titillated by the Japanese tipple called sake, or tempted to have one more for the road, I invite you to take a look through the drinking glass.