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Randi Roberts is a food blogger, living just outside of New York City. She has BA in Art History from Brown University and a Master’s in Art Business from Sotheby’s in London and a consuming interest in aesthetics, in art, fashion, or food.

She has lived and studied in Cannes, London and Bologna (not coincidentally, a food capital of Italy). Her experiences both here and abroad have helped to cultivate her sense of adventure and an open-minded approach to life. Those experiences have deepened her understanding of aesthetics and visual presentation. Such appreciation is reflected in her food photography as well as her writing, be it be fiction or nonfiction.

She has worked in retail exposing her to the fields of fashion, art and beauty products. Her customer experience has given her insight into people, their buying habits and the world in which we live. Her ability as a story-teller helps her to relate to others, a useful tool for connecting with readers or viewers.

Recap: American Cancer Society’s 10th Anniversary of Taste of Hope In NYC

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Dale Talde, Kris Kim, Stacy Fischer-Rosenthal and Chris Wragge (Photo Credit: Steve Smith//guestofaguest.com)

Scrumptious bites and spirited sips, all for a worthy cause, were served up on Thursday April 30th night, at Metropolitan West, where the 10th Anniversary of Taste of Hope raised funds for the American Cancer Society (ACS). This walk-around tasting […]

Taste of Hope In NYCTo Benefit American Cancer Society


The American Cancer Society (ACS) is celebrating its 10th Anniversary Taste of Hope on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at Metropolitan West .The event features more than 20 philanthropic NYC chefs plus wine and spirit tastings, along with a silent auction including desirable items and experiences. The proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society’s research and […]

Women’s Entrepreneurship Day At United Nations In New York City

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Wednesday, November 19th, 2014, will be the official inaugural launch of Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (WED). The conference will be held at the United Nations and streamed in 144 countries to involve women across the world. WED is in partnership with the U.S. Department of State and Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), and its founding partners […]

Recap: 12th Annual Difference Matters Magazine Awards Gala To Support Nontraditional Employment For Women Honors Top Corporate Allies For Diversity

12th annual top corporate allies for diversity gala

Stacy Tisdale, Lori Sokol, Loreen Arbus, Wendy Diamond and Linda Stein (Photo Credit: Jill Lotenberg)

Difference was celebrated at Club 101 in New York City on Thursday, October 23, 2014 at the ‘Top Corporate Allies for Diversity’ Gala, hosted by Difference Matters Magazine. The sold-out gala honored organizations for their commitment and support […]

Recap: Raoul Event At Saks Fifth Avenue To Benefit New York Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Children

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Mary Pulido, David Stack, Karen Katzman (Photo Credit: Angela Pham/BFAnyc.com)

Fashion paid it forward on Thursday night, October 2nd, in the Raoul section in Sakes Fifth Avenue as shoppers gathered to experience the fall collection and raise funds for The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC). Ten percent […]

Recap: Taste of Tribeca 2014 To Support Arts And Enrichment Programs In Local Public Schools

Taste of Tribeca 2014

Zucker’s Bagels & Smoked Fish (Photo Credit: Randi Roberts)

Saturday, May 17th, was the perfect day for a picnic — the sun was shining, the sky clear blue, the weather just right. Taste of Tribeca, celebrating its 20th anniversary, fit the bill perfectly, with delicious eats, live music, free wine tastings and kid’s […]

Recap: American Museum Of Natural History’s Annual Museum Dance In New York City


Dinner in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life (Photo Credit: AMNH\R. Mickens)

Who hasn’t dreamed of dancing under the stars? Some of New York City’s brightest young stars did just that last Thursday night in the famed Cullman Hall of the Universe in the American Museum of Natural History. The young philanthropists, socialites […]

Dan’s Taste Of Summer In The Hamptons To Benefit All For The East End


Summer is practically here—enter warm weather, sunny skies, barbeques and tasty fresh seasonal foods. Dan’s Taste of Summer, once Dan’s Taste of Two Forks, produced by Manhattan Media’s Dan’s Papers, is coming back to the Hamptons to celebrate the grilling season and the culinary delights of New York City and the Hamptons. […]

Recap: Taste Of Tribeca Kick Off Cocktail Party At Bouley Botanical

taste of tribeca cocktail 2014

An elegant cocktail party is more than fitting for an anniversary. Taste of Tribeca, a fundraiser for neighborhood public schools, hosted its kick-off cocktail party at Bouley Botanical in Tribeca on Friday, May 2. This cocktail party started off the 20th anniversary of the benefit while honoring the Golden Restaurants, local eateries that have […]

Recap: Taste Of Hope Benefit In New York City For The American Cancer Society

taste of hope american cancer society 2014

Nothing tastes better than food for a cause. 82Mercer in Soho was bursting with chefs and supporters for the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) 9th Annual Taste of Hope on Thursday, May 2. The event involved delectable food and drinks, a silent auction and raffle of covetable prizes and packages, and a spread of sponsor […]

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