• Posted on January 14, 2015

New Job, New City

I must have manifested the idea of living in P-Town into reality, because ever since I first visited when I was 14 I could imagine myself living there one day. That day has finally come, thanks to Rick and Peter, who allowed me to come in and take control of the kitchen and cook my […]

  • Posted on December 19, 2013

My first cruise!

Holland cruise line invited me on a cruise to do a few cooking demos and a cooking class.. My first demo was for about a 100 people and we started with Greek specialties like Spanikopita rolls and Lamb meatballs. The second demo was Arancini and a steamed Mussel dish. Then on to a 90 minute […]

  • Posted on April 08, 2013

Sam Adams Brewery

This weekend I had the amazing opportunity to visit Sam Adams Boston Brewery.  As a New Englander, and my love for all things New England, I couldn’t have been more excited to visit.  My experience was so awesome it even exceeded my expectations!  Me and my best friend Richie (aka Lolly) got a private tour […]

  • Posted on March 25, 2013
Hood Sour Cream

Hood Dairy Recipes

Hood Dairy has just launched a new cooking channel on YouTube called Cooking with HP Hood. I had a wonderful time shooting episodes for their new channel using Hood Sour Cream in some of my recipes. They recently uploaded 3 episodes I shot with them, I’ve included the links below. Check out these videos to […]

  • Posted on March 15, 2013

Spring into Nature

I know I haven’t been on here writing much lately, this New England winter was a rough one. It’s hard to find things to do, places to go and life and excitement when you’re snowed in for days at a time lol. Luckily… Spring is almost here. Last night I was watching Planet Earth and […]

  • Posted on January 23, 2013

Filming for Hood Dairy

I have been asked to film a 6-part series of Web-isodes for Hood Dairy. I love Hood. We New Englanders stick together. Hood has been a New England company that has been around for over 100 years.  I have been using Hood Dairy products since I was a little girl so it is an honor […]

  • Posted on December 30, 2012

Family and holidays

I just spent a week at my sister’s house in Connecticut. There is nothing like being around family and friends during the holidays. The one thing I did was eat way too much! Let’s start with me walking through the door and Phyllis, my mom, was already there cooking away so I’m in trouble before […]

  • Posted on December 21, 2012

Humane society of greater Savannah

A couple of weeks ago I went to Savanna Georgia, what a beautiful city . I went to do a cooking demo for the humane society . One of my oldest friends  Guinnevere Friedman runs the humane society and I wanted to help. So I called her after food network star and said maybe now […]

  • Posted on December 03, 2012

why a chef

I need to take the time to thank my parents. Thanks to them, I am of Greek and Italian descent. One of the things Greek and Italian people do great is cook. When I was a little girl that’s all we did in my family. My Mom, who I still think is the best chef […]

  • Posted on November 30, 2012

The new menu at the pearl

It’s hard to make a menu for a restaurant that seats about 280, that’s a lot of mouths to feed and quite a bit of stress! The first thing I want to do is stay traditional New England. Then, I have to throw in my Greek heritage. Next, I definitely have to put my Italian […]