Pizza Favorites: Emmy Squared

In New York City, which is already full of a variety of amazing and well-established pizza spots, it is hard to create something new that is worth talking about. But the hype which surrounds Emmy Squared, particularly on social media, is well earned. This Williamsburg spot offers detroit-style pizza – a thick, square pie with sauce…

Top 5 Foods at Chelsea Market

New York’s Chelsea Market is one of every NYC foodie’s favorite places to go. On average, the 1.2 million square foot food court is visited by nine million people per year. The market, which is also home to offices, shops, TV studios, and raw food providers, makes it busy at any time of day. With…

Noosh Brands Almond Butter

Celebrity Chef Paula Dean famously said “every recipe starts with a stick of butter.” At first, this statement seemed to bother me since “butter” has a bit of an unhealthy connotation. Today, food trends have been evolving and butter is no longer necessarily unhealthy. Paula Dean, the culinary genius she is, knew this from the…

Summertime Foods That Won’t Wreck a Healthy Diet

This article was written by Dylan Foster, writer at healthwellwise.com. He enjoys writing about topics related to how our homes affect our health and happiness. When he isn’t writing for the website, he works as an office assistant and enjoys hiking local trails with his dog, Samson. Food is fun to eat no matter what…

A Review: Steve & Andy’s Cookies

NEW COOKIE FAVORITE FOUND! Last week I visited the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City. I tasted many, and I mean many, products. Endless cookies, truffle salt, coffee, candies, and chocolates, but a few stood out to me and you’ll hear about them in the weeks to come. Steve & Andy’s Organic cookies were one…

A Review: La Pecora Bianca

La Pecora Bianca, a beautifully decorated eatery in midtown, is probably my favorite restaurant at the moment. Sleek, chic, and delicious, makes La Pecora Bianca a spot you don’t want to miss. However, make sure you make a reservation because they fill up quick.

I love open kitchens– they make me feel better about what I eat. Last week I had the pleasure of sitting by the open kitchen during my meal at La Pecora Bianca. I ate late, around 10:30 p.m., and the restaurant was extremely …

A Guest Review: Did Bar Américain Misspell the Word “American?”

Bar Americain, located between 7th Avenue and Avenue of the Americas, is an upscale restaurant in Midtown that serves, you guessed it, American food. I’m not sure why they named themselves “Americain” instead of  “American” and my 30 second Google search didn’t prove fruitful either. Let’s all just chuckle and assume they just misspelled “American”…

A Review: Sahale Snacks

If you’re like me, you are a big fan of snacking. Snack foods are one of my favorite kinds of foods because they’re tasty and convenient. I was recently traveling from New York to California and one of the snacks that I had with me were the wonderfully delicious Sahale Snacks. I tried three flavors…

Indian Cooking Class (Brooklyn, NY)

I recently took a trip to Mukti’s Kitchen in Brooklyn for a three-hour Indian cooking class. Knowing that Indian food is difficult to make, I was nervous signing up for the class. But, I tapped into my curiosity and love for Indian food and decided to give it a try. When I arrived at Mukti’s…

Review: Mad For Chicken (Queens, NY)

Curious Foodies, if you’re scratching your head and wondering what in the world is “Korean Fried Chicken,” then I’m sorry – I’m genuinely sorry you lived your entire life without feasting on this magical dish. Korean Fried Chicken has, in my heart, stripped Kentucky Fried Chicken‘s right to use the acronym, “KFC.”   If you…