About

Hi there and welcome to SohdaLex ~

I created this blog to express my love for foodtravel, and life.

My obsession with food began in high school and has since been a strong passion of mine.  I love the stress-relieving qualities of cooking, and the combination of friends and good food. I was vegetarian for a good number of years, and have dappled in a little bit of everything, but am always open to new foods and ideas.  If the opportunity presents itself, try it. I believe in the saying ‘everything in moderation.’  Life is too short to not broaden your tastes buds with everything that is out there to try.

I grew up immersed in art everything from painting and drawing to pottery and fibers.  Now I’m trying to force this knowledge into a computer, but I’m hoping some cool projects find there way on here as well.

Living in France for a few months in the Fall of 2010 was the inspiration in finally kick starting this blog into full gear.  I hope to share with you the good and the bad of someone trying to live, have fun, and eat right in this crazy world.

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If you have any questions or need to get in touch with me send an e-mail at:   alexagcohen@gmail.com


6 comments

  1. Alexa,

    Your recipes are after my own heart. Somehow I missed the kale chip post. I discovered these last spring and love them tossed with olive oil, garlic and nutritional yeast. I really got excited today when I saw that you garnish soups with pomegranate seeds. Most recently I sprinkled them on butternut squash, apple and coconut milk curry soup so I totally get what you’re talking about.

    I hope all is well in NYC. I know your folks miss having you around but are so happy and excited for you at the same time.

    Best Regards,

    Libby Bacon

  2. I found your blog while looking for information about Menerbes and I’m really happy I did! First of all your photography is stunning! The images are powerful and you have a way of capturing the essence of the places you visit, that’s not easy. Your blog is very interesting and the recipes are amazing. What a lucky find for me and Kate who is a fine cook as well.

      • I missed your reply, we are getting ready to go to Menerbes in a couple of weeks. We were in the Luberon about 3 years ago, stayed in Roussillon, but only for a week. I’ve been fortunate to see a number of regions in France but this is a special area indeed. I enjoy photography too, will share some of the images when I return. The banana berry pudding cakes – yummmm!


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