And the scallion toast. Nan Xiang Xiang Long Bao, in flushing claims to be a Michelin recommended dim sum establishment. We had a pan fried, a steamed dumpling and crispy noodles with beef. Surprise I loved two out of three, the veggie, not so much.
while reading about Zoe Leonard I saw a little blurb about Paul Bonet… I want to see his show and learn a little more… So I went to search a bit on google… bookbinder at the Galerie Buchholtz on 82nd Street a block form the Met… and at […]
Im not sure if you can see the detail in this gaurdrail that stopped me in my tracks on my way home today. If you look closely you will see a small frog in the bottom left… How wonderful, don’t you […]
I find it interesting that until now I didn’t see the exhibits at the Met in a yearly or annual was. The Met Gala and the costume exhibit, the Roof top… both of which I saw today. We went for the Costumes but it was so terribly crowded […]
I saw this article this morning, printed it out and started making my plans. I think I will add a photo every time I see one.. I have seen the wind at the entrance to Central Park… today I may go see a dog holding a taxi… or […]
La Mangeoire – passable, pretty, we sat outside. The Haricot were seasoned well, the chicken gravy nice but plain, tho not as plain as the chicken. And yet, I liked being there. The mousse was lovely, with a creme anglaise that made it worthwhile. Just down 2nd Ave at […]
This is why reading the news is so very important. If you can get past the endless ridiculousness of our government, and the never ending commentary , you can find some things that, well, simply stated.. bring you joy!
Dad had in mind to go to the Whitney to see the iconic Grant Wood painting American Gothic. I was amazed by the breadth of all Wood had done. And i very much enjoyed wandering the exhibit but quickly lost interest, being drawn to a line of […]
a recommendation from the kids for a lite saladish lunch. All was good. Steak tartare, a burger, soup.. and a bug.. on the ceiling A really really big bug
Having little to less than no idea what Evan Hansen was about other than teenage angst I walked into the theatre a blank slate. I hadn’t previewed the music or heard the story so I got to fully enjoy the experience of being taken down a road to […]