in Good Eats, Restaurants

Red Farm NYC Restaurant Review

My roommate and I were craving dim sum and found this little gem only a few blocks from our apartment. It’s not the sauce-stained shared tables in Chinatown that I’m used to, but an upscale chic restaurant taking Chinese food to a new level. It’s called Red Farm NYC. The Red Farm brings seasonal fresh ingredients to modern dim sum and Chinese food. The food…

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in Kids & Family, Omaha, That's Life

Life As An Athlete’s Mom: Powering Their Dreams

Life with a swimmer or diver in our house has a lot of challenges. Even now that our diver is off diving for Brandeis University, we still have day-to-day routines we do to make his life easier. I was recently asked to reflect on my life as a swim/dive athlete’s mom and my thoughts of supporting Team USA and the Olympic Games by SheSpeaks and…

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in Home, On the Menu, Recipes

Fueling Triathletes Is Easy And Healthy With Gravlax

Fueling triathletes with foods that are real and good for them and the family can be exhausting AND expensive. We have found one way to provide a food high in benefits and house-cured, thus keeping the cost down. The best thing is that this food will also be loved by the family and keeps well. That food you ask…Well, it’s Gravlax! Benefits of Gravlax Being…

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Meet Milennial Contributor Sydney Zucker

I am so excited to announce that the blog Four Stories Up and it’s founder, Sydney Zucker, have moved to the 8th floor in Midtown Manhattan and will be joining MomsGoodEats as the contributor, Millennial in NYC.   Sydney Zucker, my beautiful daughter, will be covering all things happening in NYC, including food, travel, products she loves, things to do, and keeping us up-to-date on…

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in Home, North America, Omaha, Restaurants

Great Food And Drink In Omaha For USAT Nationals

Welcome to Omaha. You are so lucky to have landed in this great city with award winning chefs and restaurants. Being a triathlon family, when we moved here, finding the right restaurants was a priority. And, fortunately, it was not that hard at all. The USA Olympic-Distance National Championships are just a week away on August 13, so we wanted to share our cleaning eating,…

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in Home, Triathlon

The Sport Of Spectating Ironman Boulder

Boulder is such a gorgeous venue for not only a vacation, but also for an Ironman race. It truly offers it all. The community has tons of wonderful activities, indoors and out, and really, really good restaurants filled with fresh seasonal cuisine. If you’re headed to town and will be spectating Ironman Boulder, lucky you! Here’s some information on the race and tips for having…

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HOW TO HAVE A SUCCESSFUL NON-TRIATHLON WEEKEND GETAWAY

Getting away and having a non-triathlon weekend vacation is just fine in-season and trust us, everyone will survive. In fact, we think sometimes it’s just what is needed for a bit of rejuvenation and is actually great for everyone, including the triathlete and the family. The first step, though, is actually leaving home. We do not recommend a staycation for this getaway. Staying at home…

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in That's Life, Travel Done Well

Delicious Dining in the Dominican Republic

Imagine a secluded spot, tucked away on a gorgeous property overlooking the water on three sides.  Then imagine having an amazing meal, accompanied by equally amazing drink.  This is what I recently experienced at the Don Pablo Restaurante Gourmet as part of the all-inclusive package at The Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado in the Dominican Republic. Disclosure: Consideration was provided by a mentioned brand. I…

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