Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Shallot Chili Fried Egg & Coconut Rice Porridge

One of the great perks of working on food shoots is that there are always a ton of groceries up for grabs once we wrap. It's so fun and tempting, I always nab a few new things to try. A while back I took home a bag of Bob's Red Mill Creamy Rice, started experimenting with it, and after a few tries came up with this dish that's so good I just kept making it. I get a lot of inspiration from that moment when you open the fridge, look around, and go "Ok, so this is what I have, now how am I going to put it all together...?" I've been cooking a lot of Asian food lately (see my Kuaytiaw Naam recipe) so that influence plus available fridge ingredients equaled this breakfast. Though, this could be an any time of day meal for sure. You could even add spicy greens. Yum.

Recipe after the jump!

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Apartment Projects

So I don't have any photos to show yet, because everything is still in process, but I wanted to share that I have taken on a few projects to design interior spaces. I'm so excited. Seeing them come together is so cool, they're looking even better than I imagined in my head. Can't wait to post images of the finished projects here over the next couple of months. Stay tuned!

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Our Home on Design Sponge

It is such an honor to have our little home featured on Design Sponge! I've been reading Grace's blog for at least ten years, including back in my day dreamy, aspirational college days before I had even moved to NYC. So, this is really quite a cheek pinching moment for me. Thank you Alice for taking all of the lovely photos and making our place look so cute! One adorable outtake below. Enjoy the story over at DS!

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Natalie Weinberger

Just a quick blurb to profess some love for Natalie Weinberger's fantastic work. Her shapes are so unique and modern, the texture and color of her clay gorgeous and rarely seen. Feeling very inspired by her aesthetic. Look at those vases! Too hard to choose.