Brunching like a millennial and a boomer boss.
I brunched. Back in the day, when it was a huge thing, you know, in the 80s, when I had disposable income and all weekend to myself. Then, the 90s and the aughts and babies, and brunch was not an option, heck, hot food was barely an option.
So now, my college aged daughter brunches with friends . . . → Read More: Brunching like a boss at Il Casale
When visiting NYC, I stumbled upon the Muji Store in Times Square and I was transfixed. The quiet, tidy and calm interior was in such stark contrast to the street outside. And everything was so well curated – all super practical, yet beautiful items. Household goods, clothing, no brand names. Just gorgeous, functional items. I was smitten. And I’m not alone. There are legions of . . . → Read More: What a Treat – Muji on Newbury Street
Recently I joined my blogger crew for another hosted lunch – I know, it’s tough work but I do it for you – I’m a giver like that – this time in Downtown Crossing at the wonderful Roche Brothers Market. How I wish this full service grocery store was here when I worked in town! Finally, somewhere to get groceries, flowers, baked goods, take out . . . → Read More: Downtown Crossing with Roche Brothers
Seriously, if you follow me at all. you know I’m all about the food. I like to find it, buy it, prepare it, and, yes, eat it. I also like to make a gift of it. And Brothers Market is a place where the people like their food even more than I do. They care about the best sourcing, pricing and the best quality . . . → Read More: Brothers Market – My new go-to