Is there a more glorious way to start your day? Enjoying now, a 10 year old vintage from Dom Perignon and writing new music. Only 60 bottles in the NY market, we drank 3.
Have you ever wondered why South African wines are so rich and flavorful, even though the grapes are the same as in your easy-going Merlot or Syrah? You must be wondering what this has to do with my current obsession with Amsterdam and ModUX 2013. I grew up in the state of New York, formerly … Continue reading
Felix Meritis, Amsterdam – Could there really be a better place to hold ModUX 2013, the community focused conference exploring the future of web? ModUX Conference 2013 brings students, practitioners and business leaders together – theory, application and business – for 3 days of learning, networking and fun. All this, with the backdrop of the … Continue reading
It seemed that just yesterday it was the dead of winter and we were recording and opening a restaurant. Now it is 7 months later and we are at the brink of Fall. The restaurant, From The Garden is bustling. Allan and I liken it to preparing Thanksgiving dinner for 24 of your best friends … Continue reading
Until the summer of 2012, I wasn’t a big fan of pork. I mean, I like bacon. I also love sandwich jambon beurre, a simple delicious sandwich made with flavorful baguette, local ham and full-fat butter, when traveling through France. However, “the other white meat” as seen in those TV commercials, no! To me, … Continue reading
If you had a chance to stop by our restaurant, FLOW From The Garden over the last few weeks, you may have noticed we featured a Thai and a Cuban menu. Why? You ask… Because we are located in the north east. Aside from the beautiful local meats, what else can we feature in late … Continue reading
Spring may start tomorrow, but winter bids us a snowy good bye. Winter’s current storm has given us six inches so far. As much as I like winter, I am eagerly awaiting warmer weather when my music room will be warmer than 50• and when we will have more than root vegetables from local farms. … Continue reading