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A batch of fruit, cut up and soaked in a mixture of cognac and sugar for a while before having a bottle of white wine poured over it and drunk in a green, grassy backyard with a bunch of people … Continue reading
On the road, eating fruit out of a plastic flying saucer shaped tub while sitting in holiday traffic en route to a few days out of the bighothumidstickysidewalkedcity.
Rhubarb appears every spring, its green and pink stalks growing straight up out of the ground topped by crowns of ruffled, green (poisonous) leaves. I’m late – it’s already the second day of July, and rhubarb is pretty much gone, … Continue reading
Maybe I’m partial to red, just possibly. I suppose the fact that red candies are often the first to go (think jelly beans or lollipops) illustrates the simple truth that red things generally tend to taste better – they’re juicier, … Continue reading
The (unplanned and unintentional) hiatus has come to an end. So, from the hot and humid streets of NYC I bid you really big hello. How have you been?
There is something about the light of February – its intensity and crispness – that speaks of what’s to come. When the brightness is combined with a deep blue sky, it only heightens the sense of possibility. And eating a … Continue reading
I find a little ray of sunshine and happiness in these bright golden egg yolks which I discovered on a camera card I hadn’t looked at since last June. They seem to inject a rush of summer air into the … Continue reading
A delivery of potato chips the day after hurricane Sandy hit NYC.
A sight for sore eyes
Sand, sun, maple sugar, shadow, lines, rows, tawny tones. The sand appears almost edible, the maple candies structural. These photographs were all made within the past week and were unintentionally parallel.