BLOG | The Real Whole 30

Finally, a blog post. New Year’s Eve is one of my favorite holidays. More specifically, it’s the afternoon — not necessarily the evening — on the last day of the year that I enjoy most. When I was living alone in New York, I used to walk a few quick blocks to Murray’s Cheese in…

Peach & Prosciutto Salad

I never liked peaches until I had one freshly picked from a tree at the height of summer and hand delivered to me in a basket from one of my good friends. It was love at first bite. I was ruined for all other peaches and I knew it. While I have yet to experience…

The BBC

Once upon a time, there was a small Caribbean-themed seafood shack named Cyril’s on the side of a long stretch of highway connecting the Hampton villages with the ‘end of the world’ (Montauk). It was a no-frills bar with plastic furniture and direct views of the LIRR train that would rumble past. It was a…

BLOG | Those Three Words

Before I moved to New York City, I was enamored with Nora Ephron’s view of the Upper West Side, as seen through the eyes of her blindly optimistic, wide-eyed heroine Kathleen Kelly in “You’ve Got Mail.” I was equally enchanted by F. Scott Fitzgerald’s account of the city seen for the first time through the…

BLOG | A Post-July 4th Lunch

I’m sure by now you’re recovering from your July 4th cookout feast. The grill is on the lawn, the fridge is stocked with leftover burgers wrapped in foil, and there are a few stray bottle caps from beers gone by that litter the countertops. And after the fireworks, the parades and the endless waving of…

Maple Dijon Salmon

You know that feeling when you get home from work and really don’t feel like doing anything? You know, the kind of slump where even ordering takeout sounds like a hassle, and you really just can’t be bothered? Come, my friend, to Fieldhouse Kitchen. Because even though you don’t feel like doing anything, doesn’t mean…