Easter is the beginning. I’ve said this before. I walked my neighborhood in Manhattan on Palm Sunday early and it seemed as if overnight things were blooming. I love the Spring despite how short it is sometimes. The days get longer, the light is different and there seeme to be more smiles on everyone’s faces. […]
I only met Steven Shaw a few times. Once at the bakery, he came with his family and friends, another time at the Big Apple BBQ. That first meeting left a strong impression on me. It was that of a man who was passionate about food. He seemed to me someone who wanted to share […]
This Sunday is Palm Sunday. It is to me the true beginning to the year. It’s when I really think about my life, where, and who I’m from. About the people I love, past and present. The spring is the beginning. When life comes back. When after a long winter, we take a deep breath […]
My niece Jackie and her very good friend 😉 Haakon are in the Bronx for a visit with her uncle. They stopped off at David Greco’s Bronx Beer hall for a stout, a burger, some pork sliders and one of the best macaroni and cheeses I’ve ever had. We’ll be back soon! Check it out […]
To our friends at Mt. Carmel church and to all those parishioners past and present, a happy St. Joseph Day. Oh, and I can’t forget my Joe!
So far this week we’ve seen some of the tour groups roaming the market and the stores along the avenue and 187th street. I caught Chris Borgotti telling students of one group the finer points of pasta. Oh and I had to get my hug and kiss from Kay!
By doing a basic Google search on Addeo’s Bakery we discovered a blog titled, Lost City. On this blog the author who calls himself Brooks of Sheffield, wrote the following: “I don’t know which bakery in the Belmont area of The Bronx is the best. But I know which one is the most beautiful. […]