We didn’t pack enough clothes for Iceland.
Can there be more Gaudi in this city? The answer, as we find out this morning, is yes. A whole town’s worth of Gaudi. Plus we learn how to cook Paella.
This has nothing to do with the Bahamas (where we are now). This is a catch up post from way back in the summer when we were on Lake Michigan. I was reminded of my home state when my brother sent me a text message that told me the temperature was sub zero. I was glad that we are in the Bahamas where it is always 75 degrees, but remembered what a great time we had on the less travelled side of Lake Michigan. Wisconsin. Continue reading “Go West, young man, Go West (A case for the Wisconsin side of Lake Michigan on the Loop)”
We eat out quite a bit on this trip. Which explains our inability to get our dinghy up on plane. Normally I don’t write about individual restaurants that we visit. They are all pretty good. Some are unique. But while sitting in the Berry Islands waiting to cross to Nassau, we got to eat at what can best be described as a dive restaurant, only reachable by boat on an island a long way away from anything. Continue reading “Flo’s Conch Bar (1/21/18)”
Loosely translated Sheboygan means “Land of bratwurst,” which makes it a little slice of heaven for two of the three of us. Continue reading “Sheboygan (8/12 – 8/19/17) Brats, White water rafting and more”
Tickets to tour Culinary Institute of America: $6 each
CIA “The Young Chef Cookbook”: $23 from the gift store
AJ making us sautéed strip dinner tonight: Priceless