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Selina is finished recording her debut album. It’s coming soon!
Chilled with my bunny Killer. <3! Went to the advanced screening and after party for This Is Where I leave You. Really great movie that spans any emotion you can think of! Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Corey Stoll, Connie Britton, writer Jonathan Tropper and director Shawn Levy.
An Italian Love Affair
Enjoyed dining at the chefs counter at L’Artusi recently – it’s one of my fave Italian restaurants in the West Village.
The Roasted Mushrooms with Fried Egg and Ricotta is amazing! It’s simple look is deceiving. Same with the Olive Oil cake! It comes with an incredible Creme Fraiche Mousse….
Jeff Koons: A Retrospective
Dropped by the Whitney yesterday to view the Jeff Koons exhibit. It’s on display until October 19th so you’ve got time!
My favorite piece except for the Balloon Dog is this cute elephant below!
Read an interesting article on Koons in the July issue of Vanity Fair – it’s available online.
My new favorite spot in Miami is the newly opened Basil Park restaurant in Sunny Isles! Visit Basil Park for clean, delicious, healthy food and freshly pressed juices! My favorite things on the menu are the Shishito Peppers with (amazing!) Tamari dipping sauce, the Local Fish Taquitos, the Kale Chips and the Sweet Dani Juice (made with watermelon, strawberries, cantaloupe and red grapes –heaven!!!). Loved the fact that they have a really extensive and creative menu that’s still healthy and not gimmicky with unhealthy ingredients hiding right below the surface. Also a major plus that they offer complimentary alkaline filtered Kangen water. Some of the best juices I’ve seen and healthier plant-based desserts. I wish there was a Basil Park in Manhattan. The servers are excellent and the whole place is vibing with good energy. A place like this was much needed in Miami! Can’t wait to go back.
17608 Collins Avenue
Sunny Isles, Fl 33160
Open 8am-10pm 7 days a week
Easy to make? Check. Full of protein? Check.
Was looking for breakfasts with a lot of protein when I stumbled over this pancake recipe originally from fitfoodiefinds. All you need is 1 banana, 2 eggs and 2 tablespoons of peanut flour!
Mash the banana in a bowl till smooth, whisk inn eggs throughly, add inn two topped/large tablespoons of peanut flour and blend that in, as well.
Put two tablespoons of the pancake mixture in a preheated pan with coconut oil (or no oil in a non-stick pan). Let it sit for max 2 minutes before flipping over and frying for only 1 additional minute. Enjoy! This recipe is full of protein because of the eggs and peanut flour! Got my peanut flour from Nuts.com!