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I just noticed that Eater NY used one of the photos from our Osteria Morini post. Here it is again, in all its glory:
Our friend Steph does some food writing for the Huffington Post. Earlier this week, she published a review of two Austin restaurants featuring some photos taken by Eliza and me. Here’s another one of Eliza’s that wasn’t featured in the … Continue reading
Everyone loves lists and I’m no exception. (Check out Green Olive’s 15 best meals of the year here.) Here you have my favorite photos of the year. These represent some random combination of how much I like the photo and … Continue reading
Lately, my main mode of transportation has been my Xtracycle cargo bike. Recently, I made my biggest haul home from the office, which included a Cuisinart ice cream maker from Amazon. Stay tuned for ice cream updates.
It took me forever to get my post on Animal finished. In the meantime, we got scooped by the New Yorker. That’ll teach me to dilly dally.
This is the very image of happiness, what some would call a shit-eating grin: This is Eliza savoring her favorite–I’m not exaggerating–her favorite thing to eat. That’s right. More than anything else in the world, Eliza loves veggie burritos from … Continue reading
Not that I dislike the beach, but I just like the way this guy Phillip Lopate thinks: “The prospect of a long day at the beach makes me panic. There is no harder work I can think of than taking … Continue reading
I work at a boarding school and H1N1 has taken a toll on our population in the last couple of weeks – 15% of our kids have been sick. Fortunately, it seems to have cycled through and folks are feeling … Continue reading
Alright, I admit it. I have now been married to Ben for almost a year and I still haven’t legally changed my name. I decided a long time ago that that changing my name would be more of an aesthetic … Continue reading