If you're tuned into Natty Style, you already know of my devotion to healthy food and making it look pretty. So when Bon Appetit magazine approached me to style their gorgeous test kitchen, I almost dropped my phone replying with an overly emphatic YES!! The 5 issue series celebrates Moen's style-y and functional faucets according to each issue's theme.
For March, the theme was "Millennial Culture". The first thing I think of in terms of millennials and their food is that we always INSTAGRAM IT! Dishes, glasswear and even appliances have gone from purely functional, to the center of attention as we treat our meals like Paparazzi treat celebrities: discreetly snapping shots at the table. With that in mind, I selected a bunch of charming and Insta-Worthy tablewear to accompany Moen's sleek designs for this breakfast spread.
Pick up a copy of the March issue of Bon Appetit for a closer look, and stay tuned to future issues for more Natty Style + Moen for Bon Appetit! (Plus an exciting behind the scenes video coming to the site soon... :-D)
Everyone's talking about collagen. But is it worth the hype? What's it for anyway? Can you consume it without buying supplements? Click through for answers!
Wanna add some global flare to your holiday fare? These Belgian/Scandinavian dishes are snatched from my own family's table; but don't worry, you won't find just another version of Brussels sprouts.
These recipes are a healthier spin on my family's traditions and as always; simple to recreate! Bon Appetit!
My boyfriend considers pizza a snack and pasta a basic food group. I am gluten free but lurrrve me some Italian cuisine. Check out how these 6 Italian hotspots in LA fared against an Italian and a Gluten-Free girl's standards, and how to do Italian light but right.
In the latest issue of Bon Appetit Magazine, I share my style tips for a well designed kitchen with Moen. Check out the April issue on newsstands now!
Check out the first of several Natty Style + Moen + Bon Appetit magazine collaborations. In the March issue, on newsstands now!
These superfood recipes are the perfect lazy girl’s guide to a healthy Thanksgiving. As always, they require few ingredients, simple prep, and no fancy kitchen tools. They also happen to be dairy, soy, egg and gluten free, but don’t tell your guests and I promise they’ll never notice.
raw doesn’t always mean healthier and in fact, many veggies are better digested and their nutrients better absorbed when cooked.
Check out the cheat sheet below for the Do’s and Don’ts of which veggies to cook, which not to cook, and why.
Whether you live alone, have an unpredictable schedule and/or limited kitchen space - having a well rounded pantry makes quick and healthy meals a cinch. Expert in food, edible flowers and "urban survival" Monique Otero of Brunchpants shares her top 10 must-have-in-the-bombshelter pantry essentials.
This interactive map rounds up my picks for the best healthy and hip restaurants in Manhattan, all guaranteed to satisfy picky palettes, discerning eyes and slim waistlines alike.
Wanna spend less of your long weekend in the kitchen prepping, and more outside enjoying? Try this American classic made lighter, and a deceptively simple Italian cheese dip inspired by my recent travels.