I went for lunch at Tiny’s the other day, close to the studio, and ordered something that sounded a little weird… And actually loved it so much, I asked for the recipe. It’s super easy to do, extra good and pretty healthy, I had to share it with you !!!
Combine all vegetables in a bowl Add a traditional, unsweetened pancake batter to bowl Massage batter and vegetable lightly, binding ingredients together Pour combination into butter-greased pan Flatten out with a spatula, allowing to cook for about 2 – 3 minutes on each side depending on pancake density Garnish with arugula and pinch of sunflower seeds Add poached eggs if desired Tiny’s house made hot sauce is recommended to complete the dish.
Everything in her home really has it’s place, but there is a relaxed feeling and the personal touches make it truly special… the pale pink that coats her daughter’s bedroom, and the stacks of books everywhere. It’s pared back but you can tell that Eymèle has really made it her own, and see that this is a space where she can showcase the things she loves, what defines her — but in a subtle and very chic way.
It’s one of the only categories of clothing where I don’t try to restrict myself, because I love having a coat for every occasion, every temperature, and every type of outfit.
And honestly, with New York temperatures, coats are probably the thing we wear out the most.
Anyway, here are three new ones, and I fell mega ultra in love with this white duffle-coat from Coach, which has gone straight to my top five favorite things to wear. It’s sublime, warm, and the leather details are incredible. People stop me in the street every three minutes to see where I got it!
He was pivotal in the creation of the “open floor plan” (which is kind of crazy to think didn’t exist as an idea even a century ago!), but what is perhaps most endearing was his dedication to urban planning – he was so progressive for his time that he was enthralled with looking at ways to sufficiently and beautifully home people as life moved away from the country and to urban centers.
But Le Corbusier didn’t just create pocket-sized apartments, he was thoughtful about space and his works are all pretty astounding and often visually striking. And he was thinking about this before many others, carving out the ideals of modern architecture before it existed!