#SCBDExclusive: Mother’s Day Dining Destinations!

scbdexclusive

Mother’s Day is approaching quickly. Looking to go out and celebrate in New York or New Jersey? We have a couple of recommendations to enjoy this day to honor our Mother’s…

Photo Credit: Eventective.com

Photo Credit: Eventective.com

SouthWest NY, nestled in the heart of Tribeca, serves up Southwestern classics with a refined twist. Infused with the bright and bold flavors of Mexico and Latin America, Oaxaca-born Chef Antelmo Ambrosio has created a Mother’s Day menu that will be sure to please your turquoise earring-wearing, Southwestern loving mom. Or any mom for that matter. SouthWest NY’s special Mother’s Day menu is on offer from 12 pm to 9 pm. Dine outside and enjoy starters like Smoked Salmon Flat Bread ($13.50) with shaved red onion, capers, crème fraiche and chives or Duck Foie Gras ($15.00) with mixed berries compote and fennel crostini. Healthy delicious entrees like Jumbo Grilled Shrimp ($19.00) with grilled asparagus and blood orange vinaigrette will undoubtedly leave room for a Raspberry Lemon Drop ($ 8.00) with lemon mousse, raspberry preserve, lemon glaze and fresh raspberries. 

galli

Galli in Soho this Mother’s Day and really give mom a treat — the luxury of not having to cook! She can enjoy Italian classics (such as baby rice balls, mozz chips, Pasta Norma, Chicken Parm, & more) passed down from Steven Gallo’s (Chef & Owner) own mother.  So this Mother’s Day come to Galli and really feel like your at home with the family!

Sarabeth’s is the quintessential Mother’s Day restaurant and in addition to their full dinner menu on May 12th, the sprawling Tribeca location will also offer a specialty menu. Executive Chef Lee Scheffler cooks from the heart, which is evident in items like Filet Mignon ($31) with sautéed spinach, Portobello mushroom and mashed potato, Lobster Salad ($17) baby vegetables, frisee and citrus vinaigrette. And for a sweet end to your meal, try the Plum Peach Tart ($8.50) with fresh whipped cream.

RAYMI, NYC

Let mom enjoy dishes inspired by Chef Ramirez’s own family dinners as a child at Raymi in Flatiron. Mouths are sure to water with a variety of dishes rich in flavor and cultural influence. The prix fixe menu is only $38 a person and offers a variety of dishes sure to please anyone.

Mother'sDay 2013

The Orange Squirrel – offers Mother’s Day Brunch with 3 seatings at 11 am, 12:30 and 2pm.  Brunch includes choice of a main dish, a dessert and one complimentary cocktail or beverage for $35/adult or $30/child (see menu above).  Make your reservations today!

RARE The Steakhouse: Will be serving their a la carte menu from 1 to 6:30pm reserve at www.rarestk.com.

 The Dining Room at Anthony David’s brunch:  $22.95 includes fruit & donuts, entree, & coffee/tea.  Reserve at 201-222-8359.

Photo Credit: Lisa Curran

Photo Credit: Lisa Curran

 Bin 14 is offering a make your own “Momosa” Bar $8 with fresh fruits/juices. Reserve at 201-963- 9463.

Cheers to a great Mother’s Day!

scbdteaser01

#SCBD Last Minute Passover Seders

Tonight starts the beginning of Passover, don’t feel like cooking a full seder?

Here are some options if you feel like dining out:

Enjoy a traditional and delicious Seder and time with family and friends at Fairway Market’s  second annual Passover Seder on Monday, March 25 and Tuesday, March 26 at 5:30 pm in the Upper West Side Café & Steakhouse (2127 Broadway). Let Mitchel London, Fairway’s Chef du Cuisine, and his staff do all the work so you can relax and be served a full menu of traditional holiday foods, including chicken soup with matzo balls, chopped liver, braised brisket, roast chicken in pan juices, potato pancakes, macaroons, ambrosia and more. A Haggadah (the text read during the ritual meal which tells the story of the Israelites liberation from slavery in Egypt) and a Seder plate will be provided for each table.  For reservations, please call (212) 994-9555. Tickets are $45 per person, and $25 for children 12 and under. 

In celebration of Passover, Bill Telepan will serve a Seder-style dinner at his Upper West Side restaurant on Mon/March 25 & Tue/March 26.  Bill will offer his take on the traditional Seder meal with a four-course menu of flavorful dishes such as spring vegetable soup with matzo balls & dill oil and hanger steak and brisket. Pastry chef Larissa Raphael will end the meal with pineapple-lemon sorbet and flourless chocolate cake. Reservations open on Thu/Feb 28, and can be made, here  or (212) 580-4300.

Passover Seder Plate courtesy of Tumblr

Passover Seder Plate courtesy of Tumblr

March 25th and 26thSarabeth’s Tribeca (339 Greenwich Street) will be offering a special Passover menu by Executive Chef Lee Scheffler. To start, enjoy a bowl of light yet flavorful Matzo Ball Soup filled with hearty vegetables ($9). For the entree, try the juicy Lamb Chops accompanied with a potato pie and asparagus and cooked in a red wine sauce ($31) or the Stuffed Whitefish atop Matzo farfel with glazed carrots and red beet horseradish ($24). Finish off the meal with Sarabeth’s famous Flourless Chocolate Cake ($8.50).
BLT Fish (21 West 17th Street, 3rd Floor) will also offer a few specials by Executive Chef Amy Eubanks. Chef will prepare a Salmon Belly with freshly grated horseradish, parsley and celery ($14), as well as a dessert of roasted apples and walnuts with cinnamon ice cream ($11).  While it is not a special, the made-for-two Loup de Mer with yellow beets and citrus sabayon ($32 per person) can certainly be a great Passover alternative.


L’Chaim!

Sara SCBD Logo Edited

A Gluten-Free Valentines Day: Sugar Cookies

Last year when my boyfriend Luke and I celebrated our first Valentine’s Day, I decided I would bake him cookies instead of giving him a gift. Since he loves the Marvel comic book series, I went straight to work in finding a Spider-man cookie how to. Thanks to this tutorial, I was able to re-create his favorite web-slinging superhero fairly easily! This was the result:

spiderman

Since last year was such a yummy success, I decided that every year from now on I would give my boyfriend the gift of cookies along with his Valentine’s Day present! So this year, I decided to bake him sugar cookies again for the big day! Even better – these cookies are gluten-free, so I can have a bite of one if I want to!

For the dough, I used the Wegman’s box recipe but from then on out I channeled my inner Buddy Valastro for the decorating! The cookies say “I love sleepy bears” (that’s my boyfriend’s pet name, I know, cheesy) as well as “Happy Valentines Day, I love you.”

this years cookies

Needless to say, Luke loved them (as expected)! He was also really impressed with my cookie bear!

Here is the recipe straight from the Wegmans box if you want to try them yourself this Valentine’s Day weekend! Let me know if you come up with some cool creative designs for your significant other!

Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies(via Wegmans):

Ingredients:

  • 1 Box of Wegmans Gluten-Free Sugar Cookie Mix
  • 1 Large Egg
  • 6 TBSP of Butter
  • Frosting of your choice / Cookie cutters

Instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In an electric mixer, add 1/2 cup of Wegmans Gluten Free Sugar Cookie Mix and Butter, stir on medium until dough is crumbly.
  3. Add rest of mix and 1 beaten egg. Stir again until all components are mixed in.
  4. Flatten dough and place it on plastic wrap. Refrigerate for 1-1/12 hours.
  5. Take dough out of refrigerator, roll it into balls and separate it onto the cookie sheet, about 1-2 inches apart.
  6. Bake cookies 11-14 minutes until lightly golden brown.
  7. As far as decoration goes, I used the cookie cutters when the cookies were soft after it was cooked. You can use the cookie cutters when the dough is raw and it will have the same effect.
  8. Add frosting and designs.

Valentine’s Day & Weekend Dinners in NJ & NYC

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and there are tons of ways to celebrate! Interested in taking your Valentine out for special dinner, or better yet out during Valentine’s Day weekend.

love

Here’s a few places to take your sweetheart out to:

Maura’s Kitchen in Nyack is buying every lady their first Pisco Portón Cocktail on Valentine’s Day. Feel the love with their great Peruvian grub and cocktails.
They will have a few specials for the night including, back by popular demand, their Peruvian Osso Bucco. Call 845-535-3533 to make a reservation.

11172_463905796997998_1118781952_n

Dine at Zinburger for Valentine’s Day (2/14-2/17, while supplies last) and receive a special gift with purchase when a table purchases a bottle of wine or two glasses of wine: Zinburger Wine Corkscrew, chocolate flower and a coupon for a free shake on next visit. Available at both NJ locations – Clifton and Paramus.
zinburger

Triomphe, the hidden gem in the historic Iroquois hotel in Midtown Manhattan has designed a decadent four-course Valentine’s Day tasting menu. Executive Chef Jason Tilmann has prepared a menu full of foie gras, caviar pearls and oysters – all aphrodisiac foods – quite suiting for this romantic holiday.  Each course is paired with a glass of wine. The first course will be a grilled corn and oyster chowder with caviar pearls followed by a roasted striped bass with spaghetti squash with a roasted cauliflower and warm tomato caper vinaigrette. Other menu items include pecan crusted pork loin and a Valrona chocolate soufflé with Grand Marnier anglaise. $125 per person.

triomphe

Jay Z’s The 40/40 Club is serving a special Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu as well as the Cupid’s Kiss cocktail for the non-conventional couple that would like to share a romantic meal while enjoying the sports bar scene. The 3-course menu includes a grilled vegetable terrine & pesto oil appetizer, four entrée options, and two dessert options. Guests may choose from the beef tenderloin wrapped with turkey bacon, fresh herb marinated roasted French chicken breast, old bay style snapper fillet, or 4oz lobster tails. For dessert, guests may indulge in red velvet a la mode or a homemade cheesecake.  $80 per couple. The club recently underwent a $10 million renovation and expansion to include 5 private lounges, luxe stadium style seating and over 30 flat screen televisions.

4040

Valentine’s Day Live Jazz 5 Course Menu at Session Bistro,$139.95 for two. Limited seating begins at 6:30pm. Call (201)880-7810 to reserve your seats. 

session bistro

Blue Morel at the Westin Governor Morris in Morristown will offer a delicious 4-course menu with multiple options including oysters, hearts of romaine, butter-poached Maine lobster, rack of lamb and chocolate fondue for two. The full menu can be seen here.  It’s $75 per person. Reservations available February 14-17 from 5:30 to 10pm.

One of the most romantic restaurants in New Jersey, Chakra will celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend with various events. On February 14, 15 and 16, the restaurant will serve a romance-friendly three-course menu resplendent with oysters, lobster, caviar, truffles, foie gras, lamb, 40-day aged steak, chocolate and other delicacies to ensure a delicious and memorable experience the guests will love sharing with their Valentines. Vegetarian options available, the menu is attached ($85 per person, tax & gratuities additional). Reservations: 201-556-1530.

On Sunday February 17, the temperature will rise a few degrees and the clock will turn back to the 1940s with a special dinner and show featuring the Va Va Va Venus burlesque show and a menu of 1940s classics such as Waldorf salad, beef Chateaubriand and baked Alaska. The evening will begin at 6:30pm with pre-dinner cocktails courtesy of Brugal Rum, followed by a three-course dinner and a playful show at 7pm. Reservations are required and can be made at 201-556-1530. Pre-dinner Cocktails, Dinner & Show:  Priority Seating $115  General Seating $105 (tax & gratuities extra).

chakra

China Latina is offering romantic meals – and hotel rooms. Their Valentine’s Day Weekend Party Package ($350) includes three-course dinner for two with complimentary glasses of champagne and cocktails in Executive Chef Julieta Ballesteros’ Asian-meets-Latin American restaurant, plus a room at the four-starred Hotel Indigo where China Latina is located. And the next morning, wake up to a complimentary breakfast at China Latina!  The Valentine’s Day Weekend Party Package is available from Thursday, February 14th through Saturday, February 16thReservations for dinner for two ($125) are also available, as well as a dinner that comes with an open bar from 10 pm to midnight ($165). If you’re on your own that night, head on up to their year-round rooftop bar Dragones will host a wild Singles Party for folks on the prowl. Mingle during the open bar from 9 am to midnight ($55 per person) while a DJ spins live, plus toast with champagne and new friends at midnight.

Photo Credit: FriendsEat.com

Photo Credit: FriendsEat.com

 If you and your sweetheart love feasting on Southern fare, head to Neely’s Barbecue Parlor on the Upper East Side, which will serve shareable barbecue platters for two ($79 including complimentary glasses of champagne, add $20 for a pitcher of house wine or Neely’s signature sangria) from Thursday February 14th through Saturday, February 16th from 4 pm to 11 pm. Hold court in the festive restaurant, which is laid out like a gorgeous Southern home, and go to town on Applewood Smoked Chicken Wings, Memphis-style Ribs, BBQ Shrimp, Fried Catfish and sides like Pinto Beans with burnt ends. There’s even Romance in a Bowl – a refreshing salad featuring baby spinach, strawberries, brie, sugared almonds and lime poppy dressing. And for the grand finale of this Valentine’s Day dinner, grab your sweetheart by the hand and head into Neely’s Valentine’s Day Dessert Room: Choose from decadent treats like luscious Red Velvet Cake with cream cheese icing, Pecan Pie, Key Lime Lemon Bars, Cookies, Brownies, Cupcakes and more. And for couples who prefer to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a romantic evening at home, Neely’s Barbecue Platter for Two, which includes Red Velvet Cake or Cheesecake for dessert, is also available to go ($79). 

neelys

For a romantic dinner in the countryside, look no further than historic The Ryland Inn, about an hour outside Manhattan in Western New Jersey. This landmarked, sprawling white cottage sits on a 200-year-old estate and reopened this past fall with gifted Executive Chef Anthony Bucco at the helm. His food reflects the atmosphere of The Ryland Inn, which is like a farmhouse meets a cathedral – comfortable yet elegant. From Valentine’s Day through Sunday, February 16th, Chef Bucco will offer a sensual three-course tasting menu ($99). Start with a luscious Pastured Egg with Anson Mills-sourced polenta and black truffles, or a lighter option like Oysters with Champagne gelee and caviar. Main courses include Rohan Duck with maple-glazed turnips and duck rillettes and Butter-poached Lobster with almonds and cauliflower, among other standout dishes. The grand finale is the Sweetheart Dessert Tasting starring chocolate, hazelnuts and espresso components.

Photo Credit: Opentable

Photo Credit: Opentable

Lavish and luxurious New York restaurant The Russian Tea Room is pulling out all the stops for Valentine’s Day. Settle into one of their gorgeous red leather banquettes and enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu ($125 per person) featuring over-the-top dishes like Lobster Salad with a vanilla-champagne sauce, Octopus Terrine and Black Truffle Foie Gras Mousse. Couples can also splurge on The Russian Tea Room’s extensive caviar selection – one of the best in the city – as well as on bottles of champagne and flights of vodka. Taste four different vodkas – Russian Standard, Purity, Czar’s Village and Jewel of Russia Wild Berry for $26.

Photo Credit: NY Mag

Photo Credit: NY Mag

 Virgil’s Real Barbecue in the Theater District will offer specialty cocktails like the Chocolate Kiss ($11), a blend of Grey Goose Vodka, Crème Cacao White, and smooth Godiva White liqueur topped with shaved chocolate. But Virgil’s doesn’t just cater to the lovebirds – they’ve got your back if you’ve had a tough break up. That’s what the Beer Kir for the Broken Heart is for, made with raspberries, Maker’s Mark, sweet Vermouth, lemonade and Lindeman’s Raspberry Lambic. 

Photo Credit: NY Street Food

Photo Credit: NY Street Food

 There is nothing more romantic – or stressful – than cooking for your loved one on Valentine’s Day. Admit it; you have your favorite take-out place, just in case, on speed dial. What if I told you that you could learn how to make a Valentine’s Day feast from the master himself David Bouley? That’s right, on February 14th, chef Bouley is organizing two exclusive cooking classes in his elegant Test Kitchen. Those who wish to wow their lovers with a four-star meal can opt for the Valentine’s Day Cooking Class ($275), where they will learn how to prepare an incredible meal, and leave with the recipes, ingredients and culinary confidence of a chef! For those who wish to share this unique experience with their special someone, Bouley will be conducting a Cooking Class & Dinner for Two ($650; wine pairing $125 per person) starting at 7:30pm, where couples will learn how to prepare a sumptuous six-course meal filled with irresistibly healthy, local and all-natural ingredients, and then sit down and enjoy the exquisite fruits of their labor to the sound of the grand piano! Reservations can be made by calling 212-964-2525, but tell your readers to act fast though, as seating is extremely limited.

bouley

Interested in cooking at home this year?

Check out this awesome Valentine’s Day menu from Fairway’s own Cheesemonger, Steve Jenkins.

steve jenkins
Here’s to a great Valentine’s Day with our sweethearts! 😀
Sara SCBD Logo Edited

 

Treat Your Sweetie To These Valentine’s Day Treats

If you haven’t noticed I am huge sweet connoisseur. Does your sweetie have a sweet tooth?
Surprise them on Valentine’s Day with one of these treats:
Divine Valentine at Ivy Bakery
ivy bakery
Enjoy a special Divine-inspired menu, chocolate giveaways and more at Ivy Bakery on Valentine’s Day. Ivy Bakery created a special Divine-inspired sampler menu for you to share with your sweetie or indulge on your own! More details and you can RSVP, here.
The $10 sampler menu includes five delicious treats all made using Divine Chocolate products:
  • Mini Chocolate Whoopie Pie
  • Chocolate Butter Gooey
  • Mini Chocolate Cupcake
  • Chocolate Dipped Strawberry
  • Chocolate Truffle
Georgetown Cupcake Valentines Day Dozen:
CC_dozen_valentines
  • 3 Red Velvet cupcakes
  • 3 Chocolate² cupcakes
  • 3 Strawberry Lava Fudge cupcakes
  • 3 Strawberry Champagne cupcakes.

FYI: Georgetown Cupcake will be open regular hours on Valentine’s Day, 10 am to 9pm, and urge everyone to place orders until 7 pm the night before so they can skip the line!

image
Red Velvet heart shaped cupcakes and assorted valentines day themed cupcakes are available at Mr. Cupcakes.

Seth Greenberg’s Authentic New York Brownie Crunch, a snack-able, bagged version of the crispy edges of fresh-baked brownies. Each bite-sized piece is like a cross between a brownie, a cookie and a wafer. Greenberg was inspired to create this product by his award-winning baker father and his daughter’s love for the crispy edges of fresh-baked brownies. $3.99-$4.99 per four ounce package, current flavors available: Chocolate Chip, Toffee Crunch and Mint.

brownie crunch
Retail Stores that offer Seth Greenberg’s Authentic New York Brownie Crunch:

  • Zabar’s
  • Amazon.com
  • Food Emporium
  • Fairway
  • Macy’s
  • Grace’s Marketplace

Carmine’s Family-Style Cookbook ($29.95)

carmine cookbook

There is nothing more romantic than whipping up a delicious Italian meal for two, from irresistibly creamy penne a la vodka to herb-crusted salmon arrabiata, with a glass of champagne or a bottle of wine. Available online, here.

Cheers to a sweet Valentine’s Day!!! 😀

Sara SCBD Logo Edited

Pappardelle Pasta with Lamb Ragu {Perfect for Valentine’s Day Dinner!}

Hey readers! I’m Elizabeth, your new culinary contributor. I’m a Hamilton College and French Culinary Institute graduate, and a longtime NJ resident. Even with my highbrow culinary education, I still enjoy a bowl of Kraft Mac & Cheese and a slice of Funfetti cake as much as the next food lover (my French chefs would cringe!). You’ll find me sampling and creating all kinds of food from all types of cuisines; cooking, baking, cocktail shaking – the works. I also write healthy living recipes for insurance companies; so I’ve got lots of gluten-free, dairy-free, and veggie-laden recipes in my repertoire. I love traveling, spicy food, farmer’s markets, champagne, and throwing dinner parties for friends and family.

This Valentine’s Day, why not forgo the expensive pre-fix menu and overcrowded restaurant in favor of a delicious dinner at home. This pappardelle pasta with lamb ragu comes together quickly and makes your kitchen smell delicious. Its light on your wallet but still packs big gourmet flavors to celebrate the night. Serve with a green salad and red wine, and you’ll be sure to please!

Pappardelle with Lamb Ragu

Pappardelle with Lamb Ragu

Ingredients:

  • 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • 2 carrots, peeled and finely diced
  • 1 onion, finely diced
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • ½ cup mushrooms, cleaned and chopped
  • 1 pound ground lamb (you can use ground beef in a pinch)
  • 2 teaspoons dried parsley
  • 1 teaspoon ground fennel seeds
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon chopped rosemary
  • 1 teaspoon chopped thyme
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon tomato paste
  • 1/2 cup dry red wine
  • One 28-ounce can diced tomatoes in puree
  • 3/4 pound pappardelle (get fresh pasta if you can)
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
  • 3/4 cup fresh ricotta cheese
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh mint

Directions:

  1. In a large cast-iron skillet or Dutch oven, the oil over medium heat. Add the carrot and the onion and cook over medium heat, five minutes or until the vegetables have begun to soften. Add the garlic and the mushrooms and cook for a minute more.
  2. Next, add the lamb, parsley, fennel, cinnamon, rosemary and thyme. Cook for five minutes, stirring often. Add the tomato paste and the wine and cook until mostly evaporated, 5 minutes. Add the tomatoes and their puree, and bring everything to a boil. Lower the heat to medium low, cover your pan partially and cook until the liquid is slightly reduced, 25 to 30 minutes. If your ragu gets over-reduced, add a splash of chicken stock to thin it out again. Season with kosher salt and black pepper to taste.
  3. In a large pot of boiling salted water, cook the pasta until al dente, per package directions. Save 1 cup of pasta cooking water, then drain the pasta. Add the pasta to the sauce, along with the butter and toss over low heat. Thin the ragu with a splash of the pasta water if needed. Serve the pasta and ragu in bowls, topped with a scoop of the ricotta and a sprinkling of the chopped mint.

As a bonus- toast the night with a festive fizzy cocktail. Pick budget friendly Prosecco over pricey champagne, and mix it with 1-tablespoon pomegranate juice per glass. Serve in champagne flutes with a squeeze of lime juice and enjoy!

Cheers! #SCBD Holiday Cocktails

‘Tis the season to be jolly & nothing screams jolly more than enjoying a holiday cocktail. Here are some of my favorite cocktail recipes provided my the hottest bars/restaurants in the tri-state area:

Mint Chocolate Candy Cane SideBar

SideBar’s Mint Chocolate Candy Cane, credit: SideBar

 Mint Chocolate Candy Cane (SideBar)

Ingredients:

  • 1 oz. Vision Vodka
  • 1/2 oz Green Creme de Menthe
  • 1/2 oz. White Creme de Cocoa

Method:

  • Combine all ingredients
  • Shake until chilled (strain optional)
  • Rim martini glass with crushed candy cane
  • Enjoy!
Snow Cap.jpeg

Snow Cap, credit: Pig & Prince

Snow Cap (Pig & Prince)

Ingredients:

  • 3 oz. 9 Spiced Rum
  • 2 oz. orange vodka
  • 1 oz. cinnamon syrup
  • 1 oz. cream

Method:

  • Shake vigorously with ice
  • Line the bottom of 2 martini glasses with 1/2oz chocolate syrup
  • Strain into glasses
  • Top with shaved nutmeg
  • Garnish with an orange twist
  • Served chilled in a martini glass
Deck the Halls.JPG

Deck The Halls, credit: Pig & Prince

 Deck the Halls (Pig & Prince)

  • 3 oz. rosemary infused vodka (add rosemary and let sit for 2 days to add flavor to the vodka)
  • 1 oz. blood orange juice

Method:

  • Combine rosemary vodka and blood orange juice
  • Add ice
  • Top with Sprite
Kentucky Hot Seat.jpeg

Kentucky Hot Seat, credit: Pig & Prince

Kentucky Hot Seat (Pig & Prince)

Ingredients:

  • 3 oz. bourbon
  • 2 oz. house spiced sweet vermouth (Cinnamon Cloves Star Anise)
  • 10 oz. hot cider

Method:

  • Add Bourbon and Vermouth to the hot cider
  • Garnish with an apple slice
  • Serve in a coffee mug

Cheers!

Sara SCBD Logo Edited