I love chile peppers. I have eight varieties growing in my garden. I cook with them and eat them straight.
I also love hot sauces. We keep about eight different kinds on a tray on our dining table, like Sriracha, Cholulu, Thai chile, Frank’s and so on.… Read the rest
Our nerves were shot.
Laura had “laughing contractions” during dinner on Thursday, seven days past due date.
We drove to Mt. Sinai Roosevelt Hospital, and our new baby boy came out a couple hours later. No drugs, all natural, just some labor hypnosis podcasts.… Read the rest
Since I was a toddler, I’ve fished Long Island Sound waters most seasons from an outboard runabout. Common catches include bluefish, striped bass, flounder, fluke and (undesirable) sea robins.
I always wanted to try reeling in bluefish and stripers from a sea kayak with light tackle.… Read the rest
When you think of paddles, you think of scenic outdoors while traveling efficiently and elegantly through water. Though this is a different sort of paddling trip. 🙂
Last weekend, I ordered online a paddle for my ocean kayak, and it was shipped via USPS Priority Mail 1-Day.… Read the rest
“There is something about the personal blog, yourname.com, where you control everything and get to do whatever the hell pleases you.”
That’s according to Fred Wilson, in an essay about a New York renaissance in personal blogging.… Read the rest