Training is hard on the body. We already know we should stretch after a workout to help our bodies recover. We understand that hydration is important and electrolytes need to be replaced. But did you know that what and when you eat can have an immediate effect on your recovery, too?
When chefs create, we are careful to employ a variety of textures in order to make the dish more appealing. I put this one together for a fashion show brunch. The show featured a collection of silk garments, my inspiration.
Whether you serve these delicious, crispy cakes in buns or open face, the response is always the same, “More, please?” In a bite-sized serving, they’re great for cocktail hour tidbits, too.
I have never met an ice cream, or ice cream dessert, that I didn’t like. One of my all-time favorites is the milkshake. Sadly, milkshakes can be a bit too heavy. But, by mixing the bubbly feel of icy soda water with the silky richness of really good ice cream it becomes altogether light, interesting and, oh so, satisfying.