These Trix Are Not For Kids

January 31, 2013 | By diana | Comments

Nine times out of ten, I intentionally forget my iPod when I leave my apartment.  I’m not one of those isolated earbud-plugged blokes — rather, I like listening to New York and, to be frank, I love eavesdropping.  One of the best parts of living in a city is that people are everywhere.  Always.  To […]

tarmac cookies aka oatmeal peanut butter chocolate chunk cookies

January 24, 2013 | By matt | Comments

I am not a terribly good flyer. I can’t sleep on any flight (no matter the length, no matter the time of day). I never know where to put my elbows. And I have this unrelenting fear that every time I board a plane, I am boarding a germ incubator (I have a section of […]

A Clueless Vegan – Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

January 21, 2013 | By jordan | Comments

Clueless, the omnipresent movie of my tweenage years, was a touchstone of sorts. Alicia Silverstone absolutely slayed the role of Cher (in an Oscar worthy performance IMHO) and practically invented a new category of the American teen: smart, pretty, sweet and rich Valley Girl. Overnight, Alicia’s (er..Cher’s) influence dominated teen mall culture. My peers started […]

If I am not baking, I’m reading. January List.

January 15, 2013 | By matt | Comments

I live in New York (er…Brooklyn) and it is January and I intend to spend the bulk of my time either baking or reading. There is not much else to do. Well, there is always something to do in New York, but compared to December, January feels like a long, cold, wet hangover. So, while […]

Happy Juice Year

January 11, 2013 | By jordan | Comments

Well, friends, it’s the New Year! Happy 2013. For me, 2012 was like every year prior – awash in great rivers of chocolate and fields of pastry. And I know I will make several resolutions this month and break them by February, but I am determined to put in some effort nonetheless. This year’s big […]

Minor Resolution – Almond and Flax Granola

January 7, 2013 | By matt | Comments

I am not overly fond of New Year’s Resolutions. They feel arbitrary. They loom large and grey in an already cold and blue January. Of course, not all resolutions are constructed the same. I have a dear friend (who will remain nameless) who makes bizarrely self-serving and broad resolutions (i.e. make a million dollars this […]

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