There was much more to say about Passover since it was the first dinner, but we still had a great time at Hannukah at Terrapin Crossroads.
Covering and eating the food of Yitzchok Bernstein has been such a thrill these past few years. What a talent. I am so sorry to see him go.
Trying out the Moosewood Cookbook 40 years later was fun, in that the recipes didn't wow us, but the apple strudel surely did.
I knew nothing about hydroponic farming, and learned a lot from this story, and not to mention, loved the samples they sent me home with. A very cool concept.
I tried out Shakewell's brunch last weekend and will stick to dinner, for now.
It was cool to find out about a Jewish olive oil expert before Chanukah.
I was so moved by the funeral of Rico, my dear friend Elizheva's dad, that I wrote a column about it.
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