@cochon555 Heritage BBQ (at 21c Museum Hotels)
Rye at @cochon555 (at 21c Museum Hotels)
A few favorites are in the rack, awaiting autumn
Honeydew granita, buttermilk I’ve cream, watermelon, basil, mint, tangerine lace (at RYE)
The days of the smoked burrata panzanella are numbered . (at RYE)
Joan Rivers has died at 81. We’ll miss her.
One of the few wines I loved in Boston which I can find in Louisville. I’ve been hoarding it.
Real Estate | Domino records
shot at Cozy’s Soup ‘n’ Burger
© Shawn Brackbill
It has been a slow week of reruns, so this happened.
Lobster meat, butter, brioche. And yes I don’t care that I started eating it before the pic. 😜 (at Wiltshire On Market)
10 years ago, I went to Montreal for the first time on a whim. I was 20 years old, living in Ottawa and working for the Canadian government when I had just found out that my mother had breast cancer. Right after I received this upsetting news, a French Canadian guy - who I’d only met a few weeks earlier - invited me to hang out with him in Montreal. I was in such an emotional state that I decided to risk it and go spend time with someone I barely knew and have him show me his city.
From that day forward, I fell madly in love with Montreal (not the boy, though - we remained friends and thankfully my mom recovered from cancer shortly after). I have gone back every few years since then, including spending three weeks in a French immersion program, just a few years after my first visit.
When I returned to the city last week with my husband and son, I was reminded why I love Montreal. Here are my ten favourite things - in no particular order - about North America’s coolest city.
Hint: It’s not digital.
Time lapse, Panama Canal