Stone ground culinary Lavender & pink Himalaya Salt

Fragrant lavender buds have a delicate floral flavor with refreshing hints of mint since both are related and synonymous for freshness! Infused in salt adds delicate flavor to any but particularly raw vegan dishes. The signature color of lavender buds, combined with their fresh, clean scent and pure sea salt crystals magnify all essences by … Continue reading Stone ground culinary Lavender & pink Himalaya Salt

Chia Pudding

First I would like to name Chia pudding as one of my new favorite breakfast staples. It is easy to make and loaded with goodness and rich in omega 3 fatty acids. Those Seeds treasured by our ancestors come from a pretty flowering plant from the mint family and soaked in almond milk for about half … Continue reading Chia Pudding

CREAMY GARLIC ALFREDO WITH MARCHE IN ZUCCHINI LINGUINE AND CHERRY TOMATOES

Ingredients 6-8 zucchini, run through a spiral slicer, spiroli, or julienne slicer. ¾ cup cashews or a mixture of cashews, pine-nuts, or macadamias (soaked in water for 2 hours) ¾ cup filtered water 2 cloves garlic ⅓ cup fresh squeezed lemon juice 1 tsp sea salt 1 TBS tahini ½ Tsp fresh grated nutmeg 3 … Continue reading CREAMY GARLIC ALFREDO WITH MARCHE IN ZUCCHINI LINGUINE AND CHERRY TOMATOES

How Truman Capote Compiled the Guest List for His Famous Black and White Ball, According to Gloria Steinem

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Truman Capote’s legendary 1966 Black and White Ball still stands as one of the greatest parties of all time. Hot off the success of In Cold Blood, Capote billed the party as an “all-time spectacular present” to himself, inviting everyone who was anyone and demanding they appear in masks and black-and-white attire, a color scheme inspired by Cecil… Continue reading How Truman Capote Compiled the Guest List for His Famous Black and White Ball, According to Gloria Steinem