The March Scoop

Julie Levine at

 17 flourless dessert ideas from Smitten Kitchen — a lot good ideas for Passover…

I’d like to buy this cool tilted matzah holder.

Terry Gross from NPR interviews Brigid Schulte on her new book, “Overwhelmed: Work, Love and Play When No One Has the Time.” It’s a good one…

Sabra hummus is going mainstream in “80 Million Americans Have Never Heard of Hummus.” by Jason Feifer in Fast Company.

 “Is a Day-Old Bagel Really the Best San Francisco Can Do?” by Meesha Halm in The Forward. Former New Yorkers (like me) who now live in the Bay Area will relate.

Can’t wait to try Bar Bolonat, the new modern Israeli restaurant in the West Village from Einat Admony, the chef/owner of Taim and Balaboosta.

Zady (love the name) is a new e-commerce site featuring socially responsible clothing and accessories.

Have you seen the blog “Because of Them, We Can?” I love the idea of connecting our kids to heroes who paved the way. This month they’re celebrating a few of the wonderful women who have broken barriers and glass ceilings.

Frank Bruni’s “Our Crazy College Crossroads” in The New York Times is worth a read even if your kids are still young.

Check out “Why This Photo of Kate Winslet Is a Win for Women Everywhere” by Beth Shapouri in Glamour Magazine.  It’s inspiring to see Kate and her wrinkles–she’s beautiful…

Free To be You And Me turns 40! “Princess Atalantis” is still one of my favorites.

What’s inspired you in March?


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2 Comments on The March Scoop

  1. helene
    April 3, 2014 at 5:19 am (8 years ago)

    I have made the matza chocolate caramel dessert with my grandson. He loves “cooking” this way and it is so easy and so delicious and addictive.
    But I will definitely try some of these other suggestions and report back. They look fabulous.
    Thanks Julie.

    • Julie Levine
      April 3, 2014 at 3:43 pm (8 years ago)

      Please report back so I know what you made and liked! XO


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