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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Great blog post and so true for all parents of school kids. I am re-blogging from The Unorthodox Epicure. Confession No. 64 — When you pimp my kid, you’re screwing both of us.
Wednesday night around three weeks after Il Pizzaiolo opens, we already have to book a table. This place is small but so inviting and comfortable. I dread the day that we will have to book two weeks in advance just … Continue reading
I have been on holidays and so has my brain. I really intended to write more but too much relaxing and then too much sightseeing took hold. I am back now and so is my brain. There is so much … Continue reading
Like so many other cultures, life revolves around eating and eating revolves around life. Chinese food is so diverse and the same thing can be cooked in so many different ways and look, taste and even smell so different. Having … Continue reading