Friday night I went into Boston for a late visit to Eataly. I’ve been looking forward to visiting the store again. They have excellent fresh produce and fish, and a superb array of specialties in jars and pasta in packages. … Continue reading
Now let’s see, where were we…. I have not posted anything except for a little music since March. That may be because I haven’t spent two straight weeks at home since the end of January. Traveling and teaching have consumed … Continue reading
Summertime is a great time for food and wine: bountiful farmers markets, travel and visits with family and friends, different grapes and wines for the warm weather and lighter fare. I was not at all disciplined with my blogging this … Continue reading
Last night we participated with more than 40 other couples and fellow congregants in a Progressive Dinner event. The invitation described it: Our Committee invites you to celebrate Israel: The Spice and the Spirit! with dinner at your hosts’ house … Continue reading
Our friends are leaving this Friday for Hawaii until April 1. Can’t say that we blame them for that — the worst of this New England weather is yet to come. In any case, it was a good excuse to … Continue reading
Several years ago one of my most energetic graduate students showed a strong interest in food and cooking, so we often talked about it and shared stories and ideas — along with occasionally discussing the program: engineering management. When he … Continue reading
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Through my contacts in Cambridge and New York, I was able to arrange visits in Friuli, and to get a taste of their wonderful foods and wine. One winery, Edi Keber in Cormons, is partnered with my friend Jan, who … Continue reading