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True Romance with a capital R. My friend James has abandoned his Brooklyn apartment, handed in his notice at his job in an office off Union Square, and will move to Paris forthwith, to be with the woman he loves.
The cinnamon buns really got me.
Something that Never Happens totally Happened this weekend. People have been talking about 900 Degrees, (the new pizza restaurant to hit the Village) all last week, and that led me to assume that it was open. So Jon and I … Continue reading
When I was a child we spent family holidays at the Headlands in Cornwall, a proper old-fashioned seaside hotel with a sprung-floor ballroom, a bar serving cocktails with plastic monkeys hanging from the glasses, and a dress-for-dinner dinner in the … Continue reading
There is currently a commercial on the tv where an infatuated suitor notices how much his girlfriend dotes upon her parents’ pet cat. The details of his dastardly plan no doubt forming in his mind he rushes home, turns his … Continue reading
When my Grandmother met Jon for the first time she was impressed by how tall he was and how kind he seemed. “I like that one,” she told me. “You should make him a pie.” My chicken pot pies differ … Continue reading
I met Lizzy in Columbus Circle for wine and macaroons and to offer my opinion on which of two Coach bags was the cuter, and found her in a rather more than usually agitated state.
Palmiers are often the shortest distance between wanting to eat a home-baked biscuit and actually getting to eat one. If you can make a pastry tart this is exactly the same thing, only you roll up the pastry and slice … Continue reading
I cut this tart into squares to serve with drinks, but you could make six small individual tarts by using a glass as a template. Ingredients (feeds 4 as a main course with a salad, 6 with drinks or as … Continue reading