#WineWednesday: Que Syrah, Syrah!

The hit-parade of deliciously juicy reds continues, this time, looking at the Syrah varietal. Whether you know it as Syrah or as Shiraz (an inexplicable-yet-now-ubiquitous moniker in some parts of the world), it’s still one of the shining stars in the divine firmament that is Wine. Heck, even if you mispronounce the name, any wine-folkContinue reading “#WineWednesday: Que Syrah, Syrah!”

In Honor of Bastille Day: 5 New York City French Food “Musts”

Le sigh. What is it about French food? Though I’ve never been to France, I can’t get enough of the timelessness of a soul-warming cassoulet, or escargot dripping in garlic butter, or crunchy and light baguette. French food is, at its core, simple and life-affirming. In honor of the numerous yumgasms I’ve experienced courtesy ofContinue reading “In Honor of Bastille Day: 5 New York City French Food “Musts””

Roamin’ Holiday: Volunteering Abroad

Paris, Barcelona, Copenhagen: Undoubtedly beautiful cities of light, culture and pride, that is assuming one ignores the overwhelming number of tourists. Why limit yourself to the same museums, walks and experiences as everyone else? There are other ways to see the world that don’t cost you an arm and a leg and dump you intoContinue reading “Roamin’ Holiday: Volunteering Abroad”