Oodles of Noodles and How to Chose


Photo: Liz Rueven

Photo: Liz Rueven

Contributed by Katy Morris

There are oodles of noodles out there – all with different sizes, textures and characteristics.  So where the heck do you start when choosing the perfect kind for a much-needed cold summer salad as the temps continue to rise? Continue reading

Gobo Inspires with Vegetarian Goodness


I appreciate the calm each time I tuck into Gobo, a vegetarian retreat with convenient locations in the West Village and  UES, NYC. The mostly blond and spacious interior is simply appointed with undressed wooden tables and comfortable cushioned seating. Plenty of space between tables encourages good conversation and lingering.  There is a Zen simplicity that is intentional here and it carries through to the deceptively simple, Asian inspired dishes on the menu. Continue reading

o.a.t.s. Spells Delicious Granola

Julie Gaines
and Dana Noorily exude the confidence and buoyancy of two 30 something’s on the rise.  It is the vibe of energetic women having a good time together. They finished each other’s sentences, pausing just long enough to catch their breath as they shared their story of creating o.a.t.s. with me.