Tag Archives: bruschetta
Cherry season has arrived. Happiness abounds. One of the things I’m doing at the moment is writing a Market Watch column in the Village Voice, where I potter around various Farmers Markets and chat to people about what’s fresh and … Continue reading
My dad was in town for a week of ballet, baseball, jazz, and edgy downtown sketch comedy. Spot the odd one out.
There can be few occasions sexier than a cocktail party; little black dresses, sparkly earrings, high heels safe in the knowledge that not a lot of walking will be required, too much champagne …
The Wednesday Tipple – Chardonnay, (with truffled mushroom bruschetta) and a meditation on micro pigs
Jonathan does not believe in Micro Pigs. I saw one a few weeks ago being carried in a Louis Vuitton by a fancy Park Avenue type lady, appropriately enough, on Park Avenue. He was beaming out at the world in … Continue reading
It’s hot outside and grapefruit are on special offer at the fruit stall. That’s more than a good enough reason to consider making a pitcher of cocktails. Perhaps it’s the color – a gorgeous rosy pink. Perhaps it’s the name … Continue reading