I was so excited to be mentioned by my childhood friend, Dawn Lerman, in her beautiful NY Times’ blog.
Dawn and I, met outside the big red doors of the Lenox school in seventh grade. We were immediately drawn to each other. We were both short, had long hair, and were latch key kids. Dawn was passionate about cooking and health, and I was passionate about fashion and skin care. We spent many days after school sharing our hopes and dreams, getting into trouble and coming up with ideas for our own little companies. Yes, we were both entrepreneurs— and did not spend a lot of time outside playing.
One night when when we were going to our first high school party with the “popular kids,” I told Dawn not to worry about what she was baking and to focus more on letting her inner beauty shine. I proceeded to give her a facial with my homemade facial scrub, blow dry her hair, and off we went.
More than 25 years later, I am still dedicated to helping people let their natural beauty shine, and Dawn is still dedicated to creating the healthiest, yummiest food and treats.
Together we are dedicated to helping people look their best from the inside out with our super food recipes and super star skin ingredients.
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There is nothing more beautiful than finding your true passion; try this yummy recipe to shine for Valentine’s Day.
Chock full of protein and omega three fatty acids for radiant glowing skin.
- 2 tbsp coconut oil
- 6 figs
- 2 cups raw almonds
- 1/2 cup raw, local honey/ maple syrup
- 2/3 cups raw cacao nibs/ crushed goji berries
- 3/4 cup coconut flakes
- Put almonds into food processor and pulse to a fine meal.
- Then add all ingredients except for coconut flakes.
- Use melon scooper to portion dough and roll into balls.
- Place coconut flakes on parchment paper and roll balls until covered with coconut.
- chill and serve