Tag Archives: Whole Foods

BREAD LOAF SAGA

  I rarely buy bread nowadays, not that I’m gluten-free by any stretch of the imagination; it’s just that at my age I’ve only to look at a piece of bread for it to add an inch or two to … Continue reading

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SOME OF MY FAVORITE THINGS

I like shopping at Whole Foods. It’s clean; they have a good variety of stuff that’s unheard of at the local Key Food or C-Town. I’ve been shopping there since the first store opened in Union Square in 2001. I … Continue reading

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A YEAR AND A DAY

It’s actually been a year and a little over a month since we moved up here to Hamilton Heights from Brooklyn. I have to say it’s been quite a year for the both of us as far as growth, learning … Continue reading

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AVOCADO MANIA

The avocados have been wonderful all summer. That is until the past two weeks. And that’s strange, because late August and early September is supposed to be peak avocado season, and just about every avocado I’ve bought in the past … Continue reading

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KAVA

Kava is what coffee is called in Polish. But what Kava really means is espresso. That was the only way you can get coffee in Poland unless you have a coffee maker in your home. If you want a regular … Continue reading

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THE ENDLESS ROLL

We were running low on toilet paper last Sunday, but since I was going to Whole Foods I bought the 365-day 100% recycled paper four-pack instead of our regular Scott toilet paper. It made me feel more eco-responsible, and besides, … Continue reading

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ANTS ON A LOG

In the ‘80s my first wife and I lived on Houston Street off the corner of Clinton for five or so years. It was a very interesting time for the East Village, and one of the changes, or new things … Continue reading

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