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инстаграм Эбби Корниш

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Аккаунт: @abbiecornish

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#PESCAN // #Repost @thefeelgoodkitchen ・・・ It’s here! You may have already seen in my stories but I finally got my copy of Pescan 🎉 It’s so wonderful to hold something in your hands that you’ve only been imagining for a very long time. I hope you find it useful, educational and inspiring. My wish is that the recipes contribute to the making of many happy memories. I hope they make eating well and feeling full of good energy a little bit easier and a lot more delicious. For those of you who have been asking about signed copies, they’re now available online at @barnesandnoble 💕 #feelgoodcookbook @abramsbooks @abbiecornish


22 Mar 2019


Not bad for a hallway selfie in average light. @adelkyokushin


19 Mar 2019


You can order our #Pescan Cookbook now on @amazon and @barnesandnoble 🥰 // or just buy it in stores on March 26th!! Barnes and Noble in the U.S // @thefeelgoodkitchen


18 Mar 2019


#Repost @thefeelgoodkitchen ・・・ Feel Good Ingredient: Dark leafy greens such as kale, spinach, mustard greens, Swiss chard and collard greens are full of energizing B vitamins and super low in calories. They have anti-aging properties due to their high vitamin K, folate, beta-carotene, and lutein content and do wonders for our brains, cells, cardiovascular health, and immune systems. One of my favorite ways to eat them is to take 1 bunch, chop up the ribs and stems, and sauté them with some thinly sliced onion and garlic. When the onions are soft add the roughly chopped leaves. Once they’re wilted add a spoonful of balsamic vinegar and a spoonful of honey or maple syrup and toss. It’s like an Italian style sweet and sour aka agrodolce. Delish! #feelgoodfood 📷 @ren_fuller #pescan #feelgoodcookbook


16 Mar 2019


“Awake forever in your sweet unrest.” ~ Keats // #BrightStar


15 Mar 2019


Couldn’t decide between color or black and white... // I love my job so much!! Thanks for the pic Carly. Love this cast and crew!! // #TheVirtuoso


15 Mar 2019


My baby boy. 💘


11 Mar 2019


Wow! 15 years ago?! #Repost @reelhoneymag ・・・ “I first saw Cate Shortland’s #Somersault (2004) during a time of transition in my life. A low-budget but atmospheric Australian coming-of-age film, it felt different from other films of its type. Rather than the traditional coming-of-age tale of distant reflection and lessons learned, it had an immediacy to it. It became etched in my memory, scenes or images sometimes coming back like echoes of who I was back then.” In the first piece of our #Time issue, Anna Cale revisits “Somersault,” which turns 15 this year. Read the full essay now at reelhoney.com ✨


08 Mar 2019


Happy birthday @adelkyokushin. You came into my life like a good storm should and I liked it. Unexpected and evolved. I love you so much. You are a man of love and a man of honor. Thank you for being you, in every moment, and making every day a good day. Love you puppy. I love being on the see saw of life with you. 🖤


07 Mar 2019


I love you @thefeelgoodkitchen 💕 #Repost @thefeelgoodkitchen ・・・ “In this process of learning to cook and enjoy real whole foods rather than choosing foods based on convenience, or restricting food in the hopes of getting closer to some false idea of perfection, we gained a connection to some of the most pleasurable experiences in life. We’ve learned something that was once common knowledge—how to bring the bounty from the earth into our homes and turn it into beautiful food that nourishes our body and feeds our soul. Now, as we cook for ourselves and our friends and family, every meal has the potential to be an experience that can connect us to the earth, connect us to the moment, to each other, and dare we say, to the divine. These experiences don’t have to be complicated. You don’t have to be a Michelin- starred chef. Heck, we’ve had them in sweatpants. Think of the last time you ate a piece of grilled sweet corn on a summer day. Or a peach at the peak of ripeness, its juice flowing down your chin. You taste the soil in those bites, you taste the sunshine. It’s transcendent. When you eat food that grows out of the ground, the way nature intended, without transforming it too much, without stripping it of its goodness, using your creativity to enhance it ever so slightly, that’s when you can really start to experience food as the gift that it is.” //Excerpt from Pescan: A Feel Good Cookbook @abbiecornish @abramsbooks// 📷@camraface Link in bio xx


07 Mar 2019


First day on #TheVirtuoso set 🖤 #NickStagliano @anthonyhopkins @ansonmount


06 Mar 2019


“At thirty, I went through a really big shift in my life, mentally, physically, and spiritually. Physically, my body was talking to me and I needed to listen. I was feeling lethargic and out of sorts, experiencing symptoms on and off such as tinnitus (ringing in the inner ear), headaches, immune system imbalances, anxiety, insomnia, irregular cycles, energy fluctuations, and mood swings. I sought advice and opinions from different doctors and practitioners (mainstream, integrative, and natural), and concluded that it was my diet that needed to change. I cleansed, started acupuncture, healing and bodywork, and spent two months with a nutritionist in Los Angeles learning about food and how to eat for my body and blood type. My nutritionist suggested I introduce meat back into my diet, and cut out processed sugars, dairy, and gluten as much as possible. The change wasn’t easy, and came with a roller coaster of thoughts and emotions. But as I continued to educated myself, and eat with awareness, I became more comfortable. I felt stronger, healthier and more energetic too, and was experiencing food and culture in a way I never had before. I found myself by forgetting myself, as the Buddhists say, and letting 10,000 things in.” ~ Abbie Cornish // Excerpt from #PESCAN:A Feel Good Cookbook // Photo by @camraface // Our #PESCAN Cookbook is avail now see bio. Xx


02 Mar 2019