Posts tagged "Ingredients First"

Saving The New York Harbor, One Oyster Shell At A Time

Did you know that just one oyster can filter 50 gallons of water per day?

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New Year, More Plants

With a new year, often comes a renewed outlook on health. We are all about fresh ingredients and local flavors that make health taste delicious.

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One Ingredient: On The Pulse

If there is one thing you do this year, let it be to keep your finger on the pulse.

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One Ingredient: Deeply Rooted

Raw, roasted, liquid, or seed – fennel has held a pungent stand on the pallet for centuries.

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Mindfulness: Meditation Classes To Become 1 With Yourself In New York, Brooklyn, And South Beach

Whether you’re looking to achieve spiritual balance, boost mental focus, release stress, or simply live a healthier lifestyle, meditating is a proven way to improve your well-being. It’s just a matter of finding which style works best for you: From yoga to still meditation, there are so many practices to choose from. On your next 1 Hotels getaway, add meditation to your itinerary and take a class or two as part of your visit.

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Hosting Graciously: Cocktails For The Holiday Season

At 1 Hotels, we know that the most meaningful holiday gifts don’t come wrapped in a bow, but instead are shared experiences that become cherished memories. Whether you’re hosting a big soirée or an intimate gathering, our resident mixologists at 1 Hotel Central Park and 1 Hotel South Beach are here to help. Get inspired with these delicious cocktail recipes and tips to put on the perfect holiday event.

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Keeping NYC Beautiful 1 Brew At A Time

The New York Restoration Project and The Bronx Brewery have a history of working together on amazing projects.

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Meet Matcha: Your New Favorite Flavor

Whether you’re in the city or by the beach, tea lovers everywhere are going green with Matcha tea. A long standing tradition in Japanese culture, Matcha tea is processed from green tea leaves that have been ground into a soft powder and then sifted and whisked with hot water. Matcha originated in Japanese tea ceremonies from the 12th century and has become widely popular thanks to its health benefits, unique flavor and distinct look.

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Fall: The Season For Flips (Yes, Those Delicious Frothy Cocktails)

If you ask us, fall screams flips. (If you don’t know, a flip is a class of mixed drink using eggs as a key ingredient to create a frothy effect.) While we love a traditional flip, we put together a recipe for vegan cocktail drinkers who want to get their flip on, but need to forego the egg.

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Exploring Brooklyn: Coffee Shops

Whether you’re making your way to Brooklyn for the coffee, or you’re around town and in need of coffee, we’ve put together a short list of a few of our favorite neighborhood coffee shops.

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