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And to think I almost skipped Rio. When planning a trip with nine other people, compromises have to be made. For my friend and I, it meant that we were going to backtrack through Brazil and short Buenos Aires by a day, in order to go be in Rio for New Years Eve. At the time,…READ MORE
Summer is here, bringing warmer weather and longer days. It’s time to rethink your winter workout and take things outdoors. If the beautiful weather leaves you feeling unmotivated to make it to the gym, opting for an outdoor happy hour instead, try changing up your routine. Grab a friend and head to one of the…READ MORE
Mornings can be rushed, so I’m all for make-ahead recipes I can cook once and then eat for days. This pumpkin baked oatmeal fits the bill. You can eat it warm right out of the oven, or stick it in the fridge and eat it cold in the morning. The pumpkin puree helps keep the…READ MORE
Meal delivery services are huge these days – it seems like every week I read of a new one starting up. There are pros and cons to each, and the prices can vary considerably. Some deliver ingredients and recipes that you cook yourself; others prepare the meal for you. What do these services have in…READ MORE
A few weeks ago I traveled to Peru for a food and nutrition conference. Catching up with my colleagues, I heard the same refrain over and over as they caught sight of my suitcase: “How did you manage to pack so light?!”. Of the 50+ attendees, I was the only one who had brought a…READ MORE
Paris is a food lover’s dream. It’s the reason I went to Paris: to eat. In my previous post I shared the 10 foods you must eat while in Paris. While my days consisted of croissants, baguettes, butter, and cheese, my nights were spent exploring some of the incredible Parisian restaurants. Here, in no particular…READ MORE
There is something about fall that makes me crave hearty meals. As soon as the weather starts to cool, you’ll find me in my kitchen whipping up my favorite soup and stew recipes. Soups are a simple way to get in a whole bunch of vegetables and fiber, whether you use them as an appetizer or a…READ MORE
Bonjour! I traveled to Paris in October and spent five lovely days wandering around the city. I had been there once prior, but at that time I was 16 years old and was only interested in two things: boys, and legally being able to drink wine 😉 This time around I had a different agenda,…READ MORE
Anyone hiking in the Andes ends up spending at least two or three days hanging out in Cusco in order to acclimatize to the altitude. Cusco itself is at a not-so-comfortable elevation of 11,152 feet, and boasts a number of restaurants, bars and attractions. Getting There and Getting Around From New York City, we flew…READ MORE