Everyone in life experiences some measure of trauma. But how do we heal from those painful experiences? In 1988, local Montauk resident Suse Lowenstein lost her son Alexander in Pan Am Flight 103. As an artist, she created Dark Elegy as part of her healing journey.
Welcome to the Weekly Yum, Coast to Coast with Sacks and Katz. This week on Stirring the Pot radio, cookbook author and culinary translator, Rebecca Katzjoins the conversation to deconstruct Ceviche De Mango from Ceviche: Peruvian Kitchen by Martin Morales. Sacks and Katz will lure you into the kitchen to create meals that enhance your health and well being while caressing your tastebuds. Nutritious always meets delicious on the Weekly Yum.
Last week I traveled several hours to visit my ailing grandmother in her home. She isn’t much for conversation at this stage so I sat beside her in bed for hours and basically watched her sleep. It’s rare that I find myself in a still place between work and motherhood (other than when I am sleeping; although oftentimes my dreams do a damn good job of rocking me), so I decided to embrace the moment to reflect on my nana and all that she means to me.