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Happy Thanksgiving!

We’re celebrating with my family in Minnesota and woke up to a yard full of wild turkeys!

I hope you’re all having a wonderful day with family and friends.

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Back Up and Running

We’ve had some technical difficulties here for the past few weeks. Between work, travel (for work and personal reasons), and the back-to-back storms here on the East Coast we haven’t had the chance to dedicate a large block of time to diagnosing and fixing the problem.

I did have that chance yesterday and today. I’m happy to report that I seem to have repaired the site (as you can tell). In all fairness . . . → Read More: Back Up and Running

Eating Local in Minneapolis: Haute Dish

We are waaaaay behind on posts this summer, but we’ve been digging out from our wedding and honeymoon! More to come, we promise

Right now we are in Minnesota for some family time, and on Saturday night we went to one of our favorite places in Minneapolis (which is, of couse, local / seasonal): Haute Dish (get it?).

Lindsay had the fried chicken and watermelon, which turned out to be a creatively deconstructed . . . → Read More: Eating Local in Minneapolis: Haute Dish

Our Sentiments Exactly…

Here’s a piece published a few days ago by Dan Barber, the mastermind at Blue Hill. Blue Hill is one of the New York restaurants that really helped to open our eyes in terms of sustainable eating, and they have a bigger restaurant, a farm (Stone Barns), and a related education center in Westchester.

Don’t let anyone ever poo-poo sustainable eating by claiming that “you can’t feed the modern world by retreating to 18th . . . → Read More: Our Sentiments Exactly…

Hong Kong

We’re sorry that it’s been so long since our last post, but we we were in Hong Kong! The trip was followed by some technical difficulties (not to mention some sleep difficulties). To make up for the radio silence, here’s a quick wrap-up post on our trip (and the food):

We visited the Tian Tan (“Big”) Buddha on Lantau Island and the Po Lin monastery that built it:

An although it’s half a . . . → Read More: Hong Kong