Monthly Archives: April, 2009
I just had to write about my love for California, her scents, and a special memory in the form of a poem. Here’s rough draft. Please post your suggestions and comments! I’m open to refinements. +++++++++++++++++++Even the faintest scent of this sweet blossomMoves me to the memory of that warm, succulent March evening:While walking to [...]
I came home on Saturday ripe with hunger after a lovely afternoon basking in the sun at the Grove on Fillmore. I wanted something refreshing yet grounded with sustenance. And it couldn’t take too long to make either, since I was already hungry. So, the ELT was born. The higher the quality of ingredients, the [...]
To contrast the Chinatown excursion (see the Chinatown Cheap entry), I took a trip on the day before Easter to the Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market, one of the most renowned markets in the country. For about twice as much money as in Chinatown ($18 vs. $9), I purchased much less food, but each item was [...]
So much to say, so much to share, so little time!For now let’s keep it simple: this place is gorgeous. You should hike there, too.
Not to be outdone by my friend’s haul at Alemany Farmer’s Market on Saturday, I took my own trek to Chinatown on Sunday, and purchased all of the delicious produce shown above – onions, pea sprouts, baby bok choy, yellow peppers, carrots, ginger, sweet potato, sugar snap peas, coconut, green onions, a banana, giant oranges [...]