New Restaurant. Old pawn shop. New windows. Old silica.
Is anything really new?
These cream cheese toasts were lemony, and the pairing with Bernard Baudry’s Chinon Rosé was pretty exciting. Noses and legs got all in on the action.
I apologize to my wine cellar-having-collecting brothers (and they are mostly all dudes.) Our thanksgiving fluids came from a store shelf. I don’t apologize for the wines though. The Montesecondo was made for this short rib stew:
The turkey was brined and guided through the cooking process by a professional.
The wedge thing was a turkey sausage roll, bigger than a baloney.
Glass windows cut by David Bordine. Iron frames welded by Phillip Cooley.