We're still in Black History month and my chosen cities in Europe continue. Why because as mentioned in a previous piece during this Black History month, wherever I go, it's Black "herstory" because I'm a sister!
"So... you want to go watch a movie?" Admit it. You have heard this phrase way too many times. In NYC, where there are so many unique activities besides passively watching a movie, just say a polite "No" the next time you hear this question and suggest one of the following options.
I don't know about you, but I can never resist the smell of bread pudding baking in the oven. It's one of those things that can drive you a little mad -- and make you want to dig in before it's cooled down enough to eat.
A tour of Italian milkshakes, biscotti, tortes, and brioche -- it's enough to make our sugar-coated hearts pitter-patter with joy. We're lucky that third-generation gelato maker Silvana Vivoli of Florence is taking us on tour of her favorite local sweet spots.
When is a scoop of gelato more than just a scoop of gelato? When it's made from a prized, third-generation, so-secret-its-not-even-written-down Florentine recipe in which the only ingredients are milk, eggs, sugar and dairy adoration.