During September’s First Friday I popped in at Art in the Age to see the new show by the Reverend Michael Alan’s new show – a collection of drawings that eventually influenced the design of the AITA’s Rhuby label. Not yet able to find a bottle on the shelves, I was delighted to try this new spirit (I’ve only been waiting for months!) In 1771, … Continue reading Rhuby at AITA
After the holidays, it got impossible to buy Root on the shelves of our local liquor stores. FINALLY that situation has been rectified and Wine and Spirits is back in stock. You can purchase Root at these locations: 2nd Street 12th Street 19th & Chestnut Society Hill 17th & JFK Manayunk Main Street South St If you haven’t already found your favorite Root recipe, try … Continue reading Root is Back!
I finally found time to make the trip down to Baltimore and visit my friends Laura and John in their new wonderful, beautiful, full-of-original details house in Charles Village. We went straight to the Saturday farmers market around the corner, and stocked up on all kind of beautiful veggies, a great havarti, a loaf of bread, some apple cider (for mug after mug of cider … Continue reading Baltimore in the Fall
I know it sounds crazy – a rib cook-off for vegetarians? But it’s true. I’m very excited to be a judge in this year’s Full Plate Cafe annual rib cook-off. In the vegetarian division! I can’t wait to taste all the veggie ribs from both the professional and amateur divisions. Competitors – here’s a hint: I like it spicy. For just $20 you get all … Continue reading Rib Cook-off! (even for vegetarians)