I’ve Got a Golden Egg Roll

November 7, 2013

One of my favorite places to bring LA visitors is Greystone Mansion, a Historic Landmark where they’ve filmed countless movies like There Will Be Blood and The Big Lebowski. I’ve roamed the exterior grounds during regular business hours – last night, I finally got to explore the house itself. Design House International is currently having […]

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Showering Sheetal

October 28, 2013

MY GIRL SHEETAL IS GETTING MARRIED!!!!!! Sadly, we can’t make it to her wedding, so I was pumped to be celebrating at a shower hosted by Rima, Naz, Stephanie, and Mona. Couple of salads for the vegetarian bride-to-be… …caprese sandwiches… …and homemade hummus. Homemade sweet potato chips, too – made in the microwave! Speaking of […]

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8 Appetizers at the LA BuzzFeed Grand Opening Party You Wish You Were Eating Right Now

October 24, 2013

Abe’s new BuzzFeed office was transformed Wednesday night – his desk is usually where the booze is… …right under our gif (you may want to check out Richard Simmons’ too). Nibbles were provided by Room Forty. 1. Chicken and Waffles 2. Fried Porcini Balls 3. Mini Philly Cheesesteaks 4. Bruschetta Rolls 5. Mac n Cheese […]

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October Showers

October 6, 2013

Remember the last baby shower I went to? Here’s an update on Kim… …she and her older daughter Numia brought sangria to another pregnant friend’s party; I scarfed down half a melon beforehand and dove right into the spread. Scallion pancakes, chicken fingers, fruit, Mac n Cheese (from Joan’s on Third)… …Say Cheese sandwiches, Lemonade […]

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1 J.D.

September 29, 2013

I ran into Emily and Alex at the Larchmont Farmer’s Market this morning! Filled up on a bunch of plum/berry/apple/pear/citrus samples… …then headed over to the park for Jack Dylan’s first birthday! A lovely sandwich spread from All About the Bread… ….and sweets too! Even though Christy + Jeff are off sugar for a year. […]

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