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Leif Podhajsky. | Abstract Canapé.

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Share This.Abstract Canapé by Leif Podhajsky is a series of trippy reworkings of a photograph originally taken by Juergen Teller. Podhajsky takes much artistic license, cloning the photograph into a compilation of surreal portraits. Podhajsky also recently created artwork for Kelis’ single, “Jerk Ribs,” and her upcoming album, Food. Aside for his stellar personal work, Podhajsky is said to have the ‘most unforgettable album cover portfolio of the last few years.’

Discovering Umbria: Umbria Enogastronomia.

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Share This.Last week we saw the celebration of one of Italy’s most charming regions, Umbria. Umbria, the only landlocked region in Italy, is home to a wide array of eateries, wineries, spas, and a bevy of historical architecture. At the center of this celebration was the debut of the FREE Umbria Food and Wine App™, a brilliant app that unites the delights of Umbria all under one technological roof. Truly embodying Read More

#NOMNOMNOM with Eat Like a Lady: Mikey’s Burger.

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Share This.Mikey’s Burger, located in the Lower East Side, is your quintessential neighborhood spot. It’s fast and easy, and the owner Justin Ahearn has created a chill environment where you can really just hang out. There are some counter seats overlooking the griddle and a booth area in the back that is a little more private. The back area is also decorated in memorabilia from big concerts Justin has attended over Read More

Eating Outdoors: Six Outdoor Eateries You Must Visit This Summer.

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Share This.Now that the weather is starting to warm up, it’s time to stop over-using your Seamless account and get off the couch and out of the apartment. In collaboration with Quiet Lunch, Eat Like a Lady blogger, Jillian Nadell, presents the perfect outdoor dining spots across the city. So what are you waiting for? Check these places out! Vinegar Hill House. DUMBO Outdoor Patio Area Though a bit out of the way, located Read More

The Pie Hole: Too Chilly for Chantilly?

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Share This.We know, spring came a year ago, and Old Man Winter is now the old weird guy at the party, but we thought today’s featured recipe would make you forget your Indian Winter blues. Poached from the legendary Julia Childs, we actually found this Cantilly Aux Framboises recipe on Sprinkles Bakes. Chantilly Aux Framboises. Ingredients. • 1 1/2 pints fresh raspberries • 2/3 cup instant sugar (very finely granulated, also known Read More

Spritz Into Spring.

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Share This.It may be a snowy day for some, but soon enough spring will be here and you’ll be drizzling lemon over everything you eat. But instead of drizzling, try spritzing with the Citrus Spritzer. Invented by everyday citizen, Tom Houle, the Citrus Spritzer is brought to us by the innovative Quirky community. Made with food safe plastic, the Citrus Spritzer is pretty easy to use and is perfect for evenly Read More

The Pie Hole: In a Crabby Mood.

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Share This.Tim Vidra of E.A.T. has done it again, this time with a delicious 5 Cheese Artichoke Crab Dip. Just double the ingredients for any get-together and watch everyone commit mass suicide over how delicious this recipe is. 5 Cheese Artichoke Crab Dip.↓ Ingredients.↓ • 8 oz cream cheese brought to room temperature • 1/2 cup mayonnaise • 1/2 cup Plain Greek yogurt • 4 scallions, thinly sliced • 1 tablespoon lemon juice • 6 oz Read More

The Pie Hole: A Tribute to the Gods.

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Share This.The world didn’t end on December 21st, but the end could very well come after everyone is thrown into a permanent food coma. Today is both National Pancake Day and World Nutella Day… Now, if that last sentence did not resonate with you or at least cause to leap through a plate glass window out of sheer joy, you have no soul. Breakfast for dinner can be a bit idiosyncratic, Read More

The Pie Hole: Tell Old Man Winter That It’s Squashed.

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Share This.It’s colder than a polar bear’s toenail outside, so we went looking for something that would warm us from head to foot. Initially, we though a sack of mozzarella sticks from White Castle would do the trick, but we had a feeling that we could find something far healthier. Poached from The Greedy Gardener, this Winter Squash Soup recipe is guaranteed to keep you toasty and healthy all winter. Read More

The Pie Hole: Seeing Things Through Strawberry Colored Glasses.

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Share This.We know, we know, winter is still in full swing, and the signs of spring are a long way off–but when we saw PBS Food suggest a Strawberry Lemonade recipe by Jenna Weber of Fresh Tastes, we began daydreaming of fresh flowers and warm breezes. Consider it premature, but the groundhog did predict an early spring. Maybe this Strawberry Lemonade will come in handy sooner than we think? Strawberry Lemonade.↓ Ingredients.↓ Read More