Marla has over 1 million social media followers as a food, travel and lifestyle blogger. She’s also a healthy cooking self-taught chef, professional food stylist and photographer; and is one of the top influencers on Pinterest with 644, 402K followers, Facebook 139K, Instagram 36.6K and Twitter 36.6K.

This mom of two from New York lives at 9,000 feet in the mountains of Telluride, Colorado. Always on the quest for big adventure, her move to the Rocky Mountains inspires her to introduce her fans to gorgeous and delicious adventures in food, travel, outdoor activities and the latest, coolest casual fashion trends.

Marla’s daily Facebook Live cooking videos attract over 60K views. Her most popular Facebook recipes are Breakfast Quinoa Bowls, Roasted Strawberry Apricot Mini Parfaits, Lamb Kofta Tacos, Vegan Blueberry-Peach Crisp and Chicken Spring Rolls With Carrot Ginger.

Marla has appeared on ABC World News Now, HLN, WNBC and FOX31 Good Morning Colorado doing healthy living cooking demos like Healthy Summer Meals and Creative Dishes Using Peanut Butter.


Along with being food obsessed, Marla is an avid world traveler. When she’s not blogging, pinning or appearing on TV shows, she can be found skiing, hiking, fishing and even hunting. Marla loves destinations that encourage spiritual growth and amazing active adventures. She regularly blogs on the best and most exotic luxury ski destinations around the world.

Marla is also recognized in the industry for her food styling and photography. She’s worked with many clients on photo assignments to help promote their brands. Her photos have been featured in the Huffington PostBon AppétitGlamourBetter Homes and Gardens and Gourmet Live Magazine . She’s been a spokesperson for the Swiss Tourism Board, Vail Resorts, Carnival Cruise Lines, Dole, Beretta, Wild Alaskan Seafood, Famous Idaho Potato, Driscoll’s Berries, Rubbermaid, Pillsbury, NABISCO, Coca-Cola and General Mills.


Marla is the author of her new cookbook  High Alpine Cuisine. Inspired by her chic travels to the mountains of the Swiss Alps, Austria, Utah and Colorado, her comfort recipes are will  transports you to high culture resorts and panoramic mountain vistas. Warm up after a frosty day on the slopes, or cool down after a day of hiking with delicious and easy to make recipes like Chamonix Onion Soup Gratinée, Alper Macaroni, Elk Spaghetti Bolognese, Pizokel, Krautfleckrl and Ski Chalet Bison Sliders.

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