WINTER WARM UP | SEAFOOD STEW RECIPE WITH EGGPLANT

  I’m about to get the f*@k outta this insanely frigid ice dome they call NYC and jet to a tropical island paradise for a minute (I’m back teaching at Flywheel Friday next week, so it’ll be a quick thaw). Before heading out, Continue Reading →

NATIVE FOOD: DISCOVERING AN AMAZING SEA INGREDIENT

  If you know anything about me, it is probably that I love food, cooking and healthy eats. If you know a LOT about me, you might have learned somewhere that I’m first generation Chilean-American (both my parents immigrated to this Continue Reading →
  It's not even Halloween and my entire family have already been hit with a bad cold. I am not the best role model when it comes to working out when sick. I hate missing my workouts. My body doesn’t feel right if I haven’t moved Continue Reading →

Bite Me

    I made these Energy "Bites"** for my endurance riders at Revolve this past weekend and they were such a massive hit that I made another batch for my Monday night hotties (who were on FIRE, as in energy through the roof, thanks Continue Reading →

DISHING ON AN INSTRUCTOR DINNER PARTY

  What the f*$k do I make for a bunch of people who use their bodies for a living exercising more than we care to divulge and scathed in tiny pieces of clothing on display in front of hundreds of NYC’ers on a daily basis? When I Continue Reading →

seafood stew with deep dark vegetables

  This is my favorite time of the year to cook. The weather is usually perfect to take time selecting ingredients at the farmers market in Union Square, in season produce is just a tad bit hardier and I love staying in to warm up our Continue Reading →

POST VACATION CHOPPED SALAD

Vacations are fun, but personally, eating out every single meal is not. I am truly relieved to be back home cooking. In an attempt to stay relatively healthy, I ordered a lot of salads while away. But come on, to be honest, most resturant salads Continue Reading →

QUINOA WITH EVERYTHING – SPRING TIME EDITION

I make a huge batch of this stuff and keep it in the fridge for almost a week. I throw it on my kale salad (with a fried egg or another protein like chicken) use it as a side dish for dinner or just eat a few spoonfuls straight up for a perfect Continue Reading →

SPRINGTIME EATING

About as much as I get asked this question: "Can you tell your twins apart?" (OMG, really? I am their MOTHER!) I get asked: "What do you eat?" Springtime always gets everyone all excited to get on a workout/clean-up-the-diet kick. Continue Reading →

KALE IS KING

Yes, Kale has been having a moment....for good reason. In my opinion, it is best raw and accessorized with other veggies. I usually throw whatever I have on top (sliced almonds, roasted veggies, hard boiled egg or cut up cooked chicken). My Continue Reading →

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