Next time you’re in SOHO (NYC) and wondering where to get a “not a big deal” kinda meal, wander west and onto Thompson Street to find authentic, organic, and very vegetarian friendly Mexican eats and smoothies at SALUD. Gluten-free and dairy free? You’ll have an easy time here. Continue reading
Contributed by Katy Morris
There are so many things to love about the Westport Farmers’ Market and with the summer market opening last Thursday we were lucky to snatch a little time with Lori Cochran Dougall, Market Director, so she could TELL US MORE about this thriving local shopping and dining experience.
We wanted to know why THIS market is so unique among farmers’ markets. Continue reading
What could be better than a bowl of creamy, rich ice cream to cool you down as the temperatures rise? With NadaMoo! products you can have your ice cream and avoid dairy too. For a whole lotta folks, THAT’S what’s better!
Not only is this non-dairy ice cream gluten-free, sugar-free, soy-free, and certified organic, it is also kosher. Continue reading
April showers bring May flowers and asparagus! While local farmers are gearing up for their spring harvest, we found one veg that is in peak season now…Green Asparagus.
Eaten raw, stir-fried, boiled, or steamed, as a side, in salads or soups, this versatile, tender veggie of the Lily Family has been highly prized for centuries. It is packed with anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant nutrients, provides digestive support, and is delicious.
What’s not to love? Continue reading
By now you know that I love it when like-minded eaters tip me off to vegetarian spots that have plenty of options for anyone kosher like me or vegetarian. So when N. suggested that I check out The Little Beet I was totally game. Its menu is seasonal, ingredients are farm fresh and there are plenty of heathy non-meat options to keep all sorts happy here.
And to my amazement the whole menu is gluten-free. Located right in the heart of busy midtown Manhattan, I was thrilled to find a fast but not fast-food option for breakfast, lunch or early dinner. Continue reading
contributed by Katy Morris; photos by Liz Rueven
After their highly successful launch of O.A.T.S. Granola, Westport “mom-preneurs” Dana Noorily and Julie Levitt have jointly opened an “enlightened” Westport eatery called The Granola Bar where you can pick up some of their famous granola, sip on some delicious coffee from Tobey’s Estate in Brooklyn, or nibble on simple, clean, whole foods.
Why do we like this place so much? Continue reading
contributed by Katy Morris
Recipe by Liz Rueven
No gluten. No dairy. No soy. No GMO’s. No processed sugar. No chemicals. No preservatives. No GMO’s. 100% Organic. 100% delicious. No kidding.
contributed by Katy Morris; photos: Liz Rueven
Farm to table is right up Jeff Borofsky’s alley…literally.
Jeff is the proud founder of Skinny Pines, LLC, Fairfield County’s only farm to table focused mobile wood-fired brick pizza oven. He uses only local, seasonal ingredients to create simple and fresh concoctions whilst incorporating sustainability in every aspect of the business. I sat down with Jeff recently to get the skinny on his concept and unique pizza. Continue reading