The Zucchini Alfredo recipe at the bottom of this post was inspired by the lunch Jerry and I had at Cipriani Dolici’s the day after we “rung” the Nasdaq closing bell last week. If you can’t wait another moment to dive into this creamy low carb dish, […]
Places to Go
Prague – City of Enchantment For decades I’ve heard how Prague is the most enchanting and beautiful city in all of Europe. I have to agree. The opulence of the architecture rivals St. Petersburg with it’s larger than life sculpture facades, frescos, and dazzling colors. […]
Travel Special: Japan (Post 2 of 3) Above is one of Japan’s most cherished national treasures: Kinkaku-ji (Golden Temple). I kid you not, it is really that gorgeous. I take all of the photos for this blog with my Pentax K30 except for the photos that say (Image)2 marketing. […]
Chicago’s “little” Eataly is not so little, but in comparison (so I’ve heard) to it’s big brother in New York, it is. I really hope heaven is like Eataly. I hope it’s like Eataly… A LOT… packed with all my friends, family, and all the other really great people you’d expect to find there. Because here on Earth, Eataly is all about eating, drinking, shopping, and great conversation. It’s all there.
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="960"] Jerry’s lunch (Agnolotti del Plin con Sugo d’Aristo house made meat filled pasta with veal reduction) at Chicago’s Eataly[/caption]