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  • Birthday 12/23/1942

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  1. In honor of this rare occasion, I attempted green hamantaschen, with limited success. I should have been bolder with the food coloring. They tasted all right, even considering that I didn't roll the dough as thinly as I usually do, because the greenness obscured the wood grain of my pastry board.
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    We were there last night. Interesting presentation and terrific music, especially Ruthie Foster.
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    From the article -- higher prices, smaller portions. somehow I doubt that the broiled, stuffed lobster will be on the new menu. I strongly suspect that this re-vamp will be another typical decision by new owners that takes a popular and viable business, "upgrades" it by altering its particular character or over-expanding, runs it into the ground, and wonders why it failed.
  4. Possibly even Murray's cheese on Bleecker St. keeping in mind for all three suggestions that supply chain problems, especially from Italy may be a problem this year.
  5. My first stop would be Buon Italia on the lower level of the Chelsea Market.
  6. I called it "Indiana Corn Pudding" this year, to avoid explanations, but still hoping that no one asks for the recipe. My only innovations this year were sweet potato latkes (since Chanukah is just around the corner) and arugula salad with pomegranate seeds.
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    Anne Saxelby

    This was a shock.
  8. I loved herring at a very young age, then wouldn't touch it for years before I loved it again.
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    A Tuesday dinner that made it feel like Saturday night: Shrimp and grits, nicely loaded with cheese and bacon followed by strawberry/rhubarb crumble for dessert. Iced tea and riesling to drink.
  10. I missed the Whistlers, too, somehow. On line I learned that they are in gallery 22. This gives me justification to go again, not that any is needed, but admission for a non-member is pricey.
  11. The experience is very different from visiting the actual Frick and seeing everything in situ, but at the Breuer, you can get within inches of the artworks and examine them in good light.
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