P O W E R P O S E S A T T H E R E A D Y . . .
Nostalgia hit us pretty hard this past week as our favorite FLOTUS (and favorite POTUS) celebrated her 54th birthday - giving us all the feels for years and leaders past. Not ones to stay silent and accept the status quo, we’re standing with our sisters this Saturday for the Women’s March in NYC. If our generation’s moral conscious is a side effect of pop cultures Great Awokening, then so be it - we're proud to be held accountable for our action rather than our inaction.
Once we're all walked out (jk, they'll never stop us marching), we'll take a beat and indulge in some top Women's Week media picks, as we prep for a week full of fabulous classes at our studio (and fabulous meals out of it for NYC restaurant week)
HOW WE’RE MENDING OURSELVES
WHO WE'RE CHAMPIONING
Women like Chef Salimatu Amabebe, whose Black Feast pop up dinners across Portland Oregon celebrate her Nigerian roots and the artistry that inspires the creative culinary process.
HOW WE’RE BREAKFASTING
With jammy Fuyu Persimmons, slathered on thick toast or blended with toasted sesame milk a la Mission Chinese Foods Angela Dimayuga
WHO WE’RE APPLAUDING
Geraldine Deruiter, who fabulously and fiercely hate baked Mario Batali’s sexual misconduct apologies pizza cinnamon rolls
BITES WE’RE BRAVING THE COLD FOR
WHAT WE’RE WATCHING
WHAT WE’RE (RE) WATCHING
WHAT WE’RE CRAVING
Pasta. Because, pasta.
WHERE WE’RE COLLABORATING
WHO’S GIG WE’RE COVETING
Pete Souza, Obama’s personal photographer, who recently recounted his experiences in the White House and on the necessity of travel for a well lived life
WHAT WE’RE LAMENTING
T H E C O O K S P A C E C R E W