Delectable entries include Indian Lentil Soup byNaeem Khan，蘑菇松露意粉由艾萨克·米兹拉希和奶奶衣的烧锅通过Michael Kors。This cookbook has an excellent mix of recipes–ranging from unique to the more familiar.
In fact, I would like to thankAssouline和Council of Fashion Designers of Americafor providing me with the perfect defense when I get disrespected for making a meatloaf: “Oh, but it was Bill Blass’ favorite recipe. He requested it be served to guests at a gala when he received his lifetime achievement award!”
检查出无数不可抗拒的食谱，烹饪为主题的问卷调查，以及一个非常特殊的前言Martha Stewart。Don’t take my (or even Martha’s) word for it; try them for yourself. After all, the proof is in the pudding, er, actually,Rachel Roy的巧克力伽纳彻。 American Fashion Cookbook($45) can be purchased on Assouline’s websitehere。
Nail polish fiends, note that they have a whole wall covered with colors in shiny or matte finishes for $10 each.
You will love this: all their makeup are priced in quite affordable ranges, starting at $9 for their eye or lip liners, and foundation/concealers staring at $15. They even have special prices for their “Freedom” palettes, where you can mix and match colors for a lower price.
And it could have been just during my short visit, but major extra points for playing some awesome tunes while I was there —The Strokes，彼得,比约恩和约翰，Interpol，基恩。请去享受，因为我们都知道好的音乐+五颜六色的化妆=幸福。明显。
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After our subpar meal atCo.，凯蒂和我走下来一对夫妇块比利的for a sugar fix.
我问他们的黄菊花的奶油蛋糕（$ 2.25），和凯蒂有一个红色天鹅绒（$ 2.75）。
On a side note, I’ve recently noticed everything around me seems to be some form of pink (my phone, my camera, my nails, etc.). I didn’t ask for any specific frosting color — even though they have many — and the woman conveniently whips this one out for me:
Her birthday somehow always falls on a week when I’m out of town. I tried to make up for it the best way I know how:餐饮。
我们去了Co.，a pizzeria in Chelsea. It’s a decently big space but still easy to miss on the corner of 24th and 9th since it has no clear markings, besides a big wooden door and window display of their cafeteria-like tables. The whole place is actually outfitted in wood and it almost feels like you’re getting your brick-oven pizza served to you in a log cabin.
It’s basically their crispy-on-the-outside, chewy-on-the-inside and slightly burnt bread, topped with a little bit of olive oil, and you’re choice to get a side (like we did, the ricotta to use as a spread). It’s a good, simple starter.
We decided to split the cauliflower pizza. It looked promising: a medley of roasted cauliflower, béchamel, buffalo mozzarella parmesan, green olives, chili, garlic and parsley.
Cauliflower Pizza, $17
It looked amazing too, but when we dug in, we sort of had the same reaction. First, didn’t expect to be as spicy as it was, but it was topped with enough red pepper flakes to be so. Good for me, bad for Katie? Overall though, we thought the herbs had an unfamiliar, dry taste that we weren’t super crazy about.