Noelle made us lovely grown up versions of foods she’s always getting together for her 2 children. Before I share those with you, I should point out that she made all the dinnerware for our visit. All of it. Just whipped it up for us. And my, isn’t it lovely too?
Matthew pulled out all the stops for us during this visit. He made several kinds of beautiful, delicious fancy pizza. Not only fancy pizza, but fancy pizza sauce made from scratch by simmering all day long. Matt usually makes this sauce on New Years, so it’s affectionately called New Years Eve Sauce. So worth the […]
Some visual directions: Some art around the house:
Nora’s Kitchen also serves as overflow studio storage. Where a dining room table might be sits a crowded studio table where all the art magic happens. For larger pieces, she co-opts the spacious kitchen floor. The apartment in general serves as inspiration because many of Nora’s pieces document the spaces and adornments around her. We […]
With a name like Caponigro, no one would doubt Jessica is Italian. Anyone needing further convincing would simply have to try her gnocchi recipe, passed down through her family. When we arrived we were promptly offered prosecco and enjoyed a tour of Jessica’s unique apartment decorated with artwork, artifacts, and other curiosities. Back in the kitchen, we munched on olives and […]
Liz lives in the sunniest house I’ve ever seen. It seems a little like time stands still when the sun flows in. It certainly makes for a lovely spring dinner hour with the breeze billowing through and the sun shining. The space is dotted with art and rescued furniture pieces that a former roommate took […]
We were very fortunate to be able to get an artist guided tour of Renee’s show Field Notes! Her brightly colored and energetic overlapping patterns are a feast for the eyes, food pun intended. Inspired by biological and marine organisms, the works in this show explore a fascination with both the familiar and unfamiliar. She […]