Nor’easter: Survival Fare

DSCN3920A blizzard is coming. My first thought is, “What can I not live without for 48 hours?”  I head for 171 Cumberland Avenue, early, for some savory, soul-satisfying 10-10 pié.  I go for the Kale Feta Savory with carmelized onion, leeks, pumpkin and feta. They’re hand pies, right?  So I get one for each hand.DSCN3914

DSCN6502bottle_rb-grigioAt Hilltop Market, I grab a bottle of light, crisp pinot grigio from sunny California that distills coastal climate, fertile soils and enviably WARM weather into a crisp, hand-pie friendly bianco-rosso. Cheers! I conjure tropical thoughts of a trip to Nevis with my writerly pal, Necee Regis.  Let it snow!  •

DSCN6963Beach shacks Nevis copy


About Epicurious Travelers

Ms. Margolis-Pineo created to showcase her published work and ongoing food-travel adventures. Based in Portland, Maine, she travels frequently both in her home state and north to Montreal, her favorite North American city. Although she refuses to use the word "foodie," she has an abiding interest in food and wine. Ms. Margolis-Pineo's background as a designer gives her site an edge in the oversaturated blogosphere. New contacts, "likes," subscribers and content are always welcome!
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4 Responses to Nor’easter: Survival Fare

  1. Charlotte Hamlin says:

    Did you get ones for my hands too??? We HAVE to go there next time. xoxoxoxox

  2. Sandy Lovell says:

    You are too cute.

  3. A trip to Nevis sounds wonderful right about now!! Thanks for the wine recommendation too!

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