By now, everyone has probably heard about the Instagram handle “You Did Not Eat That,” which calls out fashion bloggers, models and other generally beautiful people posing with the macarons, cupcakes and ice cream cones that they “supposedly” ate for breakfast, on the beach, with friends. Did they actually consume it? Couldn’t tell you. But, the truth is, people just love to look at, take photos of and talk about food. So, I’ve gathered some of my favorite food & drink shots from this summer for your viewing pleasure. Some of it’s healthy, some less so–but, that’s cool. My motto about most things these days is “You only go around once,” so, a little of anything sweet or salty is okay, right?

Plus, stay tuned for a slew of new studio and product reviews.  I’ll be sweating it out nearly every day over the next few weeks, all for me (and you).


Cooling off with a watermelon ice pop by La Newyorkina during a Friends of The High Line tour.


Nathan’s hot dog at Yankees Stadium (Jeter!).


Prosecco with liqueur-infused People’s Pops–BEST summer cocktail ever…enjoy one (or two) yourself at Loopy Doopy (yes, that’s the bar’s actual name) downtown.



THE most amazing lobster roll (at The North Fork Table & Inn Lunch Truck) and freshly-picked heirloom tomatoes from a local farm stand.


And, my favorite ice cream cone (so far) from Gott’s Roadside in San Francisco.

Show me your summer #foodporn pics too!

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4 thoughts on “I Did Eat That

  • August 19, 2014 at 10:42 AM

    Yummy stuff–too bad summer is almost over.

    • August 20, 2014 at 9:17 AM

      End of August already!

  • August 19, 2014 at 10:13 PM

    I hadn’t yet heard about that handle!!!!
    I must go now…your post made me hangry…

    • August 20, 2014 at 9:17 AM

      Haha, check it out!


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