Author: ivy

Pleasure in Plain Sight

London The English are obsessed with their tea and toast. As George Orwell declared in Down and Out in Paris and London, the daily “tea and two slices” was a necessity even for the...

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BONES

There was a lot of hype about this young restaurant; it was in the New York Times food section. This article talked about how foreigners like head chef James Henry from Australia are re-shaping...

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A Week in Monaco: The Grand Prix

The most exciting place to be in the world this week was for the Grand Prix in Monaco. We paid an extravagant fee just to dock the yacht inside the port. Lots of glitz...

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Culinary Map of Paris

I sketched this out for a beautiful newlywed couple I met on the train from Paris to London. I think this will be the beginnings of a fully interactive map! But for now, my...

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Creating meals of love in the south of France

Hello!! I am back in the south of France, getting back into the swing of the yachting season in the Mediterranean, despite the ferocious downpour over the Easter weekend! I was soaked to the...

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The Whole Life Diet: A New Paradigm of Consumption

Hello hello everyone! This post marks a new chapter in the Ivy Eats webspace. You guys have been following me around America, then on to France while I’ve experienced new culinary adventures. Recently, my...

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Yacht Crew Meals: Feeding Body and Mind

We all know the familiar grumbles and complaints. “We don’t eat leftovers.” “Chicken again?” “You know what my mom used to do…” You think your crew is spoiled and should be happy with what’s...