Walks in the City: Midtown Landmarks

I broke my promise. I didn’t post part 3 of my series of walks through NYC…not on Tuesday and not for the rest of the week. I’ve been procrastinating. Perhaps it’s because part 3 is the most painful. It’s the midtown landmarks, the most famous visuals of NYC. Rockefeller Center. 5th Avenue. Grand Central. Times…

Walks in the City: City Streets

Yesterday I shared some of the images I’ve gathered during my exercise around NYC during COVID, focusing on Central Park. As part of this 3-day photo journey, I’m sharing images from the streets near my home. What is it like where you live? Tomorrow I’ll be sharing images from famous landmarks, so stay tuned! And…

Walks in the City: Central Park Edition

One of the few things we are allowed to do in NYC right now is walking, whether for essential errands, to walk the dog, or for exercise. I don’t go out often, but on some weekends I’ve chosen to get my exercise by long strolls around the city. And without quite being conscious of it,…

What NYC Is Like Under COVID-19

I’ve been distracted this week and it’s affecting my ability to focus the energy I usually have on this blog. It seems silly at best and reckless at worst to post a travel guide in the midst of this global pandemic. And as for recipes, my creative voice is quiet these days. My mind is…

Perfect Day in NYC: Essex Market

Saturday was one of those days that was a perfect NYC day, one of those days where I really can’t believe that I live here and I appreciate everything. And trust me, there are plenty NYC days that suck with the crowds, the unpredictable weather, subway breakdowns, stressful apartment searches and job hunts, the terrors…

6 Ways to Eat Great in NYC

One of my absolute favorite things about New York is that you can eat food from around the world without ever leaving the five boroughs. Not just the typical Italian, Mexican, and Thai, but Burmese, Uzbek, Paraguayan and everything in between. In fact, there are entire blogs devoted to eating around the world from right…