Ten years earlier I had made a very similar trip alone, so I felt well-prepared to share the experience with Barbara this time around. We stayed at the Hotel Santa Caterina in Amalfi, one of the Leading Hotels of the … Continue reading
In mid-April Barbara and I took a trip to Campania — Naples and the Amalfi Coast. Thanks to Joe Brancatelli and his travel newsletter that I subscribe to, I had been able to buy some terrific business class tickets on … Continue reading
This is about last night’s dinner, but first, a story: Twenty four years ago I was in Paris on a business trip. My daughter came along with me on this one because she was only 14 and on her Winter … 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
Question: What do Massachusetts, California, Peru, India, Greece, Spain, Costa Rica, Italy, and Germany all have in common? Answer: They each provided significant contributions to my lunch today, a relatively simple affair of Bruschetta with Vegan Ricotta and Thinly-Sliced Beets … Continue reading
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The original target of these Spring travels was, in fact, Venice, so the last four days were dedicated to exploring that unique city. I hadn’t been there in 18 years, but then again, not much has changed in a lot … 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