Category Archives: Markets

Baltimore Walters Museum Concludes Valentine Weekend

The Sunday before Valentine’s Day this year was a chance for us to visit Baltimore’s Walters Museum (my first time there).  Unlike the day before, when we got to spend time with our friend Faith (as we saw both the … Continue reading

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Bushwick Market Hotel Hosts Sunday Vegan Market

Nowadays, it seems like every weekend in Brooklyn, somewhere somebody is having a vegan market.  Last weekend it was the Market Hotel in Bushwick, which is across the street from the Myrtle Avenue stop of the J train, that was … Continue reading

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Marche Saint Marc Rouen and White Sausage Leek Potato Tart

Thus far, in talking about our time in Rouen, I have been indulging the “traveler” side of my dual blogging nature.  That is, I have been mostly talking about the cultural richness we experienced there – the churches, museums, quaint … Continue reading

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Rouen National Education Museum and Seafood Cioppino

On Saturday, July 2nd, the end of our first week in Rouen, France last summer, we had a rather quiet day, but we did manage to get out and visit a museum.  We had a quiet morning, eating breakfast in … Continue reading

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Red Hook Lobster Pound Headlines Urbanspace Vanderbilt

Weeknights in New York City can be a challenge.  Of course, we can always rely on whatever happens to be in our refrigerator, and I love to cook.  But we get bored with eating the usual seven favorite recipes, and … Continue reading

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France and Bulgaria Month-long Vacation Overview

It’s been a while, I know.  We were on vacation for a whole month, and between the preparation before, the vacation itself, and the recovery time after (jet lag, ugh), I have been out of the habit of regular blogging … Continue reading

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Un Monde Vegan Sells Paris Products Cruelty and Dairy Free

The only way to follow up a fabulous morning at the Musee Jacquemart-Andre was to take the metro to the Strasbourg-St. Denis stop and walk the couple blocks to Un Monde Vegan, Paris’s premiere purveyor of packaged vegan food products. … Continue reading

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