Monthly Archives: June 2018

The surprise

I was blindfolded and in the back of a cab. I had no idea where I was going and the suspense was killing me. For those who read yesterday’s email, it was my birthday and my girlfriend told me we were going to a fine-dining French restaurant called “Le McDonalds.” At 7:00pm we stepped into […]

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It’s my birthday

As I reach for my morning coffee (today is Organic Sumatra from a local roaster made in an Aeropress) it hits me as I realize it’s my birthday.  I’m 33, and life is going very well. Today I’ll be working in the morning and enjoying the rest of the afternoon off.  My girlfriend is taking me out […]

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Capers, Italian Farmers & Anthony Bourdain

Last Friday shocked us all to learn about the unfortunate passing of Anthony Bourdain. Anthony was a chef, entertainer, adventurer and inspiration to millions of people who enjoyed his travel shows such as Parts Unknown and No Reservation. He had an authenticity and natural warmth that drew us in, whether he was at an open street market […]

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