Eat This: Dinner at South and Pine With A Little Pinot Noir

Categorizing an area for restaurant reviews on my website, and calling that category “Eat This”, should just happen. Mood noted. I don’t go to Morristown for two reasons; (1) I have a destructive ex, in the industry, that trolls the land, and (2) I never think of Morristown as a qualitative “foodie” place.  Great bars, young pretentious hipsters, younger girls vomiting in the corners of … Continue reading Eat This: Dinner at South and Pine With A Little Pinot Noir

Dinner With People You Don’t Know (Or Care To Know)

If you and I are friends, you are probably one of about five people. This is true of most of us; keep your squad close and all others, well, at a nice arm’s length distance. I don’t want to sound bitter, mean girly, or elitist. I want to come to you, as always, with the truth. I don’t like a lot of people. I love … Continue reading Dinner With People You Don’t Know (Or Care To Know)

Obsessing Over Wine and Crossfit – Part 2

All day long I pontificate  and stress to wine buyers what their consumers will be wanting, thinking, and craving.  I’ll link in my features and benefits with what my main focus and priority product is, I’ll give my pitch, and close like the master I am. Does anyone like this stuff in the first place? That fact buzzes in my head.  When did we leave … Continue reading Obsessing Over Wine and Crossfit – Part 2

The Rise and Fall of a Wine Dinner

Maybe my expectations are to high. I have been privileged to sit and experience the marriage of wine and food at the highest level.  Yes, moments like this have left me speechless.  Seems funny to say that.  This doesn’t need to happen in the fanciest of restaurants, or at a winery.  This can happen in my kitchen with a baked mac and cheese and some … Continue reading The Rise and Fall of a Wine Dinner