Monthly Archives: March 2011

nyc tulip

a beautiful just picked tulip I got at the farmer’s market in union square   Advertisements

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squid and polenta for supper

Squid, polenta, wine, tomatoes, how can you go wrong!!! cooking away on the plate 1 pound squid sliced into 1/2” rings 1 shallot, chopped 3 cloves chopped garlic 2-3 tbsp Olive oil 2 cups crushed tomatoes with juice 1 cup … Continue reading

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best korean in nyc-NY times

BCD Tofu House, 17 West 32nd Street, (212) 967-1900 One of a chain started in Los Angeles, the food here is familiar — grilled meats, bibimbap, seafood and scallion pancake — but, Oliver Strand said, it’s unusually bright and lively. … Continue reading

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a sign of life

Spring is here, but it doesn’t feel like it. I visited with Kim today and saw these in front of her apartment in New York. I realized that even a small sign of care and love and bloom in NYC … Continue reading

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John and me at old homestead steakhouse

Johns work buddies like steak and programmers like protein so we were taken to this steak house in nyc, which by the way cost us $150 per person for an app, and wine and an entree.

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Natalie and I in Brooklyn

My cousin Natalie and I went to Brooklyn for lunch and shopped at Alter and ate at Cafe le Gamin

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nyc flea markets

Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market (39th St between Ninth and Tenth Aves; 212-243-5343,; Sat, Sun 9am–6pm) The vibe: Secondhand items reign at this market, which features more than 50 vendors shilling designer clothing, vintage vases and plates, and everything in … Continue reading

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