When locally-sourced food isn’t betterOct. 11, 2011 | 2 Comments
Sometimes you think you’re doing the right thing by shopping for local ingredients—and you’re not, say sustainability experts at this week’s Good Food Fest.
A NYC massage therapist creates the ultimate locavore spa in TuscanyJul. 21, 2010 | 1 Comment
Six weeks ago massage therapist Dana Laven was working at Paul Labrecque, unknotting the backs of a Gossip Girls’ starlet and a pop icon who’s biggest hit is about breathwork, as in every breath you take. Her intense deep-tissue work and warm, engaging personality has translated into a uniquely A-list clientele. So if Laven was […]
Mary Cleaver: The darling of sustainable chefs is still a stranger to dinersFeb. 26, 2010 | 6 Comments
The Green Table, like its owner, Mary Cleaver, is a bit of a culinary secret. Not many New Yorkers know that her homey little restaurant in Chelsea Market’s crowded corridors serves some of the city’s best sustainable cuisine. (Even if the city’s other locavore chefs do.) While Dan Barber may be spokesperson for the city’s […]