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After a few days in the English fog and books at Oxford, we took a train ride to Paris. The journey itself was a bit of an adventure.
Between my birthday and Christmas December has always been a festive month. But Thanksgiving was always my favorite holiday, since I saw it as the “opening” to the holiday season. We always built up to Christmas with decorations, planning a nice dinner, and seeing the lights in the city.
This post is not about Trump’s well-known proclivities for committing sexual assault on women. Those stories are important, and it is beyond tragic that half the nation decided that repeated allegations of sexual assault is not enough of a disqualifying factor from the presidency.
My parents and I have a tradition that goes back so long that we can’t remember when it started. Every year, we see the Christmas lights in NYC. Every year, without fail. And every year, it’s magical.
2016 has been a rough year — can we all agree on that? Between the passing of David Bowie and Alan Rickman and Prince and Gwen Ifill, to the catastrophic presidential election (that appears to never end), to my opening the year with shingles…2016 was just awful. But thank goodness for Thanksgiving. I don’t think we’ve … More Thanksgiving 2016
I ate at Jean-Georges a month ago. It was lovely. The food was delicious and the service was exceptional. I walked out of the restaurant truly believing that it would become a place I would return several times a year. However, I will not be writing about the experience, and I doubt I will be … More Jean-Georges, and the new political reality
Earlier this week, I decided to get “adventurous” within the confines of Japanese cuisine. I typically stick to sushi and fish, but there’s a whole other world of Japanese food out there. Such as yakitori. What better place to give it a try than Torishin, with its various rave reviews.
I’m a homebody, and I like planning. The result of those two traits is that my typical outings are for food with close friends, and they are usually planned a week in advance. (My best friend from college and I once planned our Valentine’s/Galentine’s dinner…in October.) But sometimes, you get a few delicious curveballs thrown your … More Unexpected Meals