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Tag Archives: Olive Oil
Maine: Mother-Daughter Blue Highway
Bright blue sky and sunny tales of summer, originally published in the Maine Sunday Telegram/Portland Press Herald in June, July & August of 2013. I hear there’s a street called Pineo Court in Bar Harbor. “Roadtrip!” says my daughter Sarah, … Continue reading
Posted in East Coast Travel, Farm-to-Table, Food and Wine, Lobster, Maine Travel, New England Travel, Retro-Travel, Sustainable Travel, The Other Portland Tagged Acadia National Park, Asticou Azalea Garden, Bar Harbor, Belgrade lake, Cadillac Mountain, Café This Way, College of the Atlantic, Damariscotta, Deer Isle, Eden Market, Elizabeth Margolis-Pineo, epicurean travel, Farnsworth, Fiore Oils and Vinegars, food and wine, Frenchman's Bay, Green Spot, Haystack Mountain School of Craft, hospitality, Maine, McKay's, Mount Desert Camp Ground, N.C. Wyeth, Neiley Harris, Nervous Nellie's Jams & Jellies, Oakland, Olive Oil, Pemaquid Oysters, Peter Beerits, Pineo Court, Rockland, Southwest Harbor, Stewman's, Tasteful Tides, Tree Spirits apple sparkling wine, West Street Hotel, Wings Hill B&B 1 Comment
Bar La Grassa – Midnight in Minneapolis
by Guest Writer Christopher Akerlind Two thirds of the way through my work on the Guthrie Theater’s production of Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Eugene O’Neill’s great dramatic chronicle of a disastrous day in the life of an American family, … Continue reading
Posted in Food and Wine, Theater, Travel Tagged anchovies, Bar La Grassa, Black pepper, Chili pepper, Chris Akerlind, Eugene O'Neill, limoncello, Lucille Lortel, Margolis-Pineo, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Nero D'Avila, Olive Oil, pasta negra, Pink salt, Prarie Vodka, Sunday dinner, Tony Award, warehouse district 1 Comment
Biggest Farmer’s Market I’ve ever seen! Our latest epicurious trip to California brought us to the Sunday San Rafael Farmers Market, with over 200 local farmers, specialty food purveyors and artisans celebrating a vibrant local food scene.
Posted in Italian Travel Tagged California, Da Vero, DaVero olive oil and wine, Farmer's Market, fine dining, fresh produce, Hamden Hall Country Day School, local food scene, mission style architecture, North Bay, Olive Oil, outdoors, San Francisco, San Rafael. wine tasting, St. Francis Winery, sunflowers, Trois Voyelles, vineyard, Wilson Fleming Wines Leave a comment