The Yum Project is a culinary lifestyle brand that seeks to educate and inspire people to make positive, health forward choices that will enhance their happiness and longevity. Let Kristina help you navigate the world of food and holistic living.
Education On Health
Providing education on health for the self and collective social and environmental well-being.
It brings me no greater joy than to create a beautiful experience for others to remember. I specialize in preparing and presenting family-style, bountiful platters composed of farm-to-table, seasonal ingredients. I cater to private celebrations of up to 30 people, from retreats to corporate events, family brunches, romantic dinners or anything else that you might dream up and find yourself in need of my services.
I find recipe and menu development to be one of the most creatively rewarding aspects of working in the food realm. With over a decade of experience, I have worked in many different capacities, from magazine publication test kitchens, to freelance recipe development for websites, to the curation of menus for special events. Whether a business is in need of consultation services to update menus, or in need of unique recipes, I create cohesive menus and standardized recipes keeping health and seasonal ingredients at the forefront of development.
Whether you are a brand looking to bring life to a product, a restaurant in need of a creative boost, or a blogger who would like to outsource recipe photography, I can work with you to develop a vision and execute all aspects of styling and photography for your business.
As with most cities, Osaka is known for having a few of its own specialty dishes. I wasted no time in seeking these out to try them for myself. Tastes Of Osaka On the very first day, my friend Jade and I took a stroll down the main road in the Dotonburi area of Osaka....Read Post
I got the perfect opportunity to test a different way of living when I heard that one of my clients would be spending the winter in Miami. I grabbed this chance to escape both the New York City cold as well as the demanding lifestyle that city living facilitates. (Kind of strange that I consider...Read Post
Shaved Carrot Salad This spring salad is a bridge between winter and spring, highlighting the brighter aspects of fennel from the tail end of winter by mixing it with fresh spring heirloom carrots and an herby vinaigrette. I jumped on the short seasonality of ramps (similar to a green onion) and used them for this...Read Post
Strawberries and Cardamom Cashew Cream During a recent trip to London, I happened to eat in this beautiful Notting Hill restaurant called Farmacy. The menu was very interesting and I opted to order an omelette along with a fruit and house-made vegan yogurt parfait. I knew that a parfait would not fill me up. But...Read Post