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Tee Time with Gran Reserva

May 23, 2017
Gran Reserva, Wine, golf

Today, I’m going to teach you a bit about golf. It’s fashionable – the players wear business casual and fancy gloves. They use an arsenal of shiny weapons. Golfers have a subservient assistant that follows them around the field. They even place the balls on mini pedestals in a very civilized manner. Oh and the game’s commentators whisper […]

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Paris Can Wait

May 12, 2017
Paris Can Wait, diane lane, alec baldwin, Francis Ford Coppola Winery

If I were to write an autobiography, it would look more like an eccentric menu, than an actual novel: We start with a childhood of hummus with a side of fresh pita bread. The teenage years were served with an unhealthy dose of burgers and fries. The twenties saw a veritable mix of overly-sweetened cocktails and […]

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10 Reasons To Go Indie For Your Whisky

April 18, 2017
Best whisky, whisky, independent whisky, scotch

Whether you consider yourself new to the whisky world or you are looking to cement your peaty love by establishing a scotch cult, you’re going to love today’s guest writer. The Whisky Foundation’s head caskologist, George Koutsakis, has put together an exclusive list of why you should go Indie for your whisky. So without further […]

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Gettysburg – Food, Drinks, & History

April 3, 2017
gettysburg, food review, travel, travel blog

Although I am not one to divest too much personal information on this site, today’s post does require a bit of backstory. So, here I go.  I am married to a (quite handsome) physician-scientist and his career comes with a lot of relocating and traveling. One might say, I am the medical version of an […]

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