As of mid-December I’m home getting to know my newborn and working, writing, and posting less (or not at all). I should be back up and running at some point in February. If you send me a question for a Q&A in the interim, I will file it for then.
Thanks to The Toronto Star for mentioning The Conscious Kitchen in this article on how to handle food waste.
“Whether we eat at restaurants, in work or school cafeterias or at home, we should reduce waste (the first R in the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra).
‘When standing in front of your garbage, the choice shouldn’t only be recycle or throw away,’ writes U.S. author Alexandra Zissu in The Conscious Kitchen. ‘There’s no such thing as `away.’ It’s just elsewhere.’
New York Family Magazine asked various New Yorkers what their favorite charities were, and I was honored to be included in their roundup. Thank you! My answer? Slow Food NYC. To find out why, click here.