My meal planning is very similar to how I design clothes. Very simple, but with a twist. For example, I like to serve lamb meatballs, its simply orange zest and garlic then baked with pomegranate molasses drizzled on top. I choose easy and simple recipes, but they need to feel fresh and special to my guests. The majority of my menu is clean and healthy, with a large variety of vegetables, and I always offer a meat and a fish to make sure I’ve covered all dietary needs with plenty of options.
My most favorite place I have ever traveled to is: I have many favorites so it’s difficult to choose only one, but I would say Jose Ignacio, Patmos, Greece, and Marrakech. These are my most favorite places because: I love places that are exotic, remote, hot. and sunny. My favorite thing I saw was: The most incredible sunrises and sunsetsThe most essential things I packed were: Dresses! But also, LMF, Vita Kin, and my Uruguayan blankets. The next trip I want to take is: Beirut.
The last trip I took was to: Nosara in Costa Rica. I went with my husband and son and stayed at the Harmony Hotel, which we fell deeply in love with. My favorite part of it was: Detaching from the daily chaos, really breaking out of those stress patterns and getting in touch with an inner calm. When you’re living and working in the city, it’s always nice to get out and reconnect with nature. And of course, being with my family is sincerely my favorite thing to do.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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