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PUPPY LOVE

  • OF LICE AND MEN

    OF LICE AND MEN

    Last week, with a couple of days off in a row to look forward to, I drove a few hours to visit a friend whom I haven’t seen awhile. When I walked in the house and asked, “Whose dog?”, I got a look that made me know it had been entirely too look since I’ve visited. It had been almost a ... Read More »
  • SPACERS

    SPACERS

  • EARLY MOTHER’S DAY!

    EARLY MOTHER’S DAY!

  • FOR THE LOVE OF BIVALVES

    FOR THE LOVE OF BIVALVES

    Of all the bivalves out there (clams, scallops and mussels, to name a few), oysters are my favorite. In general, I prefer the briny East Coast varietals but on the other hand, the sweet Kumamotos from Pacific Northwest are equally delicious (albeit in a completely different way). I’ve had Normandy oysters in Paris for 1 euro (roughly a $1.40) that  freaked ... Read More »
  • HEAVEN ON EARTH

    HEAVEN ON EARTH

  • THE WAY, MY WAY

    THE WAY, MY WAY

  • FRESHLY PRESSED JUICE

    FRESHLY PRESSED JUICE

    Neither overly technical nor horticulturally-centric, Jay McInerney’s The Juice: Venous Veritas is a collection of essays centered around the joys of drinking wine that even someone who is more likely to order a Guinness than an old-vine Grenache will enjoy. McInerney came to fame in the 80s with Bright Lights Big City, a novel that made him the un-official spokesperson of his generation, ... Read More »
  • THE GROWN-UP MILKSHAKE

    THE GROWN-UP MILKSHAKE

  • PINK FOR FALL

    PINK FOR FALL

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