Posts Written OnDecember 2014

hangover cure

I’ve been making rather merry lately and with NYE just around the corner I thought I’d share my go-to hangover cure. Follow these steps and I guarantee you’ll feel less terrible – trust me, I have a lot of experience; I’m Irish and Scottish after all. BEFORE BED: Eat and drink a big ass glass of water (obvi). I suggest eating something with carbs, like crackers. Got left over pasta in the fridge? Even better! A banana also works. Oh and ladies, take off that makeup. Somehow crusty day-after mascara makes a hangover worse. AS SOON AS YOU WAKE UP: Drink…

La Boca

Buenos Aires is a bit of Athens, a dash of New York and a hint of Paris all rolled into one. It’s a concrete jungle with less edge than the other cities it resembles, thanks to the warm-weather ease of South America and the tango-esque passion that permeates the city. Men are very comfortable looking at women and public displays of affection between couples, young and old, are everywhere you look. As a tourist, you’ll soon find yourself embracing your significant other with less abandon then you would at home. It’s really quite nice actually. My friend Anne-Laure lived in…

oatmeal

I’m a terrible blogger. As soon as I get busy the blog is the first thing to go. With my September nuptials and South American honeymoon in November, which I both planned, along with my busiest time of year at work, I haven’t had time to test many new recipes or coerce my dear husband into creating new vegan dishes. That said, we’ve still been eating healthily so I’m making a concerted effort this month to get back to sharing all of my delicious finds both in the kitchen and spiritually – more on that later. So let me get back…