Have you ever heard of Resilient Design? The exhibit Swim or Sink – Designing for a Sea Change shows prints, architectural projects and a documentary film on the theme of resilience and adaptation of coastal communities that are being affected by the rising of the sea level and the natural disasters that came with it. […]
Cauliflowers are so versatile, they can be eaten raw, roasted, fried, steamed, milanese, sautee, made it to stock or soup, hummus, pizza crust,tortillas, fritters, and the list is never ending… And they are so fulfilling that you can easily eat them in place of starchy carbs (okay,they still contain carbs, but good ones nothing like […]
I chose one of the walls of the Wynwood Walls, at the Art District in Miami for the Weekly Photo Challenge. This is one of my favorite areas in Miami, packed with cool stores, restaurants, Art Galleries and studios (Romero Brito has an studio there). The Wynwood Walls always has different artists displaying their […]
Spring has finally arrived, and it feels like summer in L.A. It’s time for bike rides, long walks at the beach, laying in the sun and ice cream. Most ice creams are made with dairy and tons of sugar and artificial colors and flavorings. This recipe is very healthy, since its main ingredient is frozen […]
This photo was taken at very low light settings without flash, at sunset in Phillip Island Nature Park, Australia. I saw what it is called “The Penguin Parade”, where for a fee you get a chance to see little penguins returning home at sunset. You take a seat on the sand, and with the help […]
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