Posted on by Katie Sloan


autumn leaves

  1. This shop just opened up on Atlantic Avenue in Cobble Hill and we can’t get enough of these fantastic scents. http://www.ateliercologne.com/store/
  2. Fall is the perfect season for spicy beverages, both warm and cold. Currently, Switchel is all the rage here in Brooklyn. It’s an old-fashioned American beverage, originally made by farmers, and it has apple cider vinegar, molasses, and ginger. I recommend heating it up with some bourbon, but it’s equally as tasty without any alcohol. http://www.drinkswitchel.com/index.html
  3. I’m personally a fan of simple sweaters, accented with beautiful jewelry. I can’t get enough of the pieces from A Peace Treaty, for their design and history. A Peace Treaty creates employment for skilled artisans working in places of socio-political strife, effectively supporting their technique and craft while elevating their products to the level of high design. http://apeacetreaty.com/pages/shop
  4. Roasting pumpkin seeds after carving my Halloween pumpkins. So delicious! http://food52.com/blog/8665-how-to-make-roasted-pumpkin-seeds-without-a-recipe
  5. “Cool Culinaria” has created antique-menu-themed merchandise, including posters, aprons, tote bags, mugs and note cards. These notecards could be idea invitations to a holiday party, or the perfect way to send thank-you notes to family and friends. http://coolculinaria.com/
  6. This is my favorite season to dine out and taste all that New York City has to offer. I’m particularly enjoying Saxon + Parole’s carrot ginger soup. It’s topped with a chili marshmallow and cilantro oil and I could eat it every day. http://saxonandparole.com/food/dinner/

 

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Katie Sloan

About Katie Sloan

Katie is the newest addition to the One Girl family. She relocated to New York City after spending four years baking for some of the best restaurants in San Francisco. Prior to rolling up her sleeves and getting friendly with cookie dough, Katie worked as a financial analyst and studied math and food science in college. She came to One Girl Cookies to culminate her passion for numbers, food, and people. However, she never expected to gain an entirely new family in the process! She's probably the one you talk to on the phone and also is behind all the tweets and facebook posts you read.

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