If you are in the DC area, get yourself to Le Diplomate for a meal at some point soon. I was able to go a couple nights ago and it is fantastic. It’s not stuffy like some French places and the bread, wine, and food is authentic. I had to share!
Olympia and Michael DeNittis had a love story made for the movies, including a tearjerker ending
what a sweet story.
this chicken is marinating in my fridge right now for us to grill tonight. what is it about grilling that makes food taste so good?
SO excited to see Lake Street Dive in Philly in April! Can’t wait.
i am loving these alex and ani bangles… perhaps a good valentine’s day gift? ; )
Michael Schulman on the Golden Globes, Hollywood’s drunk wedding: http://nyr.kr/1fs7wy0
“There is the movie clan—old money, better clothes—that arrives with its paterfamilias (played last night by Robert Redford), its wacky aunt (Emma Thompson), its cool little sister who just graduated (Jennifer Lawrence), and its ne’er-do-well cousin (Matthew McConaughey, or, if you please, Robert Downey, Jr.). Then there are the TV people—déclassé, maybe, but looser—with their overdressed great-uncle (Jon Voight, in a white scarf), their grizzled father of the bride (Bryan Cranston), their fratty best man (Andy Samberg), and the mic-hogging second cousin no one quite remembers inviting (Jacqueline Bisset).”
Photograph by Paul Drinkwater/NBC.