fresh pasta at giovanni rana in chelsea market
this bicycle is not like the others
NYU’s Elmer Holmes Bobst Library
this one had no trouble posing. chocolate labrador?construction. we took a little peek into an unattended construction entrance.
obligatory subway shot – Lorimer St/Metropolitan Ave
cafeteria waste in Bed-Stuy
stencil + marker + drips?snow in the flatiron district
pi door handle at the Museum of Mathematics steam
good bye, new york
— update: 09/26/12 – I realized that I had never posted these. From the archives, this is Eat Real Festival 2010.
Crowds of people at Eat Real Fest 2010
Flag and palm trees above Jack London Square
eat real festival balloon against the blue skies of oakland: “our pitmaster can smoke your honor student” – Jim N Nick’s BBQ
Jenni and the ever-photogenic Sputnik by Ritual Coffee Roasters:Jenni
From a good friend’s bachelor party in Tomales Bay State Park in the Point Reyes National Seashore:
kayaking in the fog
on the beach
a few more shots taken while walking around last month in portland, oregon:
This is the US Custom House, viewed from Everett St NW.
and old car in the sun
an old car in the shade
deschutes brewery sign, looking up
We visited Portland, Oregon a few weeks ago to spend some time with family. We spent some time walking around downtown in southwest Portland and eventually stopped into Courier Coffee for a break and some caffeine after missing out on Spella Caffe by just a few minutes. Next time.
Courier Coffee roasts their coffee in Southeast Portland and deliver their coffee by bike.
Latte art with a tulip-shaped rosetta.
The barista and other customers were really friendly and the coffee was great. No regrets in coming here instead of Spella at all.
My shot of espresso.
January’s 2012 Homebrew Dinner hosted by Eating About Beer was another great evening of good food, good brews and good company.
I arrived early to take photos of the set-up. Erin’s place in San Francisco had beautiful natural light and nice floral arrangements.
And a big dictionary.
Dishwashing, viewed through the window into the laundry room.
This sauce was for the Yakitori
There is an equal amount of beer in bottles and in kegs these days
homemade pickled mangoes
They have a lever that opens the front door. What are these called? The internet isn’t helping me.
Yakitori and dipping sauce. Chicken hearts and “regular” chicken too.
Cast iron coming out of the oven
Guests await more food and beer
“Inside-out stuffed duck” – Ground duck wrapped in dressing with a cherry molasses reduction.
9Sev Brew – Born in Maine Brewed in Cali. This pumpkin spice ale was paired with the inside-out stuffed duck above.
Ginger cake with a poached pear and whipped cream.
The chefs and brewers came out at the end for a toast.
I spent a few hours in Philly just before Christmas before catching a greyhound bus to New York.
Chinatown arch at twilight
reading terminal market with a sign for old city coffee
I walked by old city coffee, but I wanted coffee at la colombe.
Espresso at the Dilworth Plaza La Colombe. I was surprised that they offer both single and doubles – I got a single. It tasted of a pretty dark roast with not as much flavor as I am snobbily accustomed to.
nice interior, though not particularly unique. I was happy to just be enjoying a moment in Philly.
City hall and William Penn’s backside. This was the world’s tallest building for 7 years from 1901 to 1908!
Another side of the Reading Terminal Market
Our hosts in Seattle included two dogs, Louie and Charlotte. We hung out, walked, and ran together.