the way in which we see all things.

 
 

 

– bordeaux –

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Cooking and photography in a region I love dearly, Bordeaux. Pigeon, cherry clafoutis, soufflé, chou farci and endive tartets, rolled to look like roses, were just a few of the recipes we made from scratch, all from Mimi's Thorisson's latest cookbook. 
 

– cuba –

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My two college girlfriends and I ventured to Cuba for a week and experienced a trip unlike any before. Our guidebook fittingly described Cuba as “Timeworn but magnificent, dilapidated but dignified, fun yet maddeningly frustrating – Cuba is a country of indefinable magic.”

– venice –

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Venice at Carnivale. The city was just as I remembered, and I was absolutely mesmerized all over again by its beauty. Navigating down one winding, narrow alley after another gave us a large appetite and the perfect excuse to try many Venetian specialities.
 

 

 

“I invite you on this journey with me, in how I see the world – defined by people, places, food and whatever it is that inspires, and seeing these for what they are, and the intrinsic beauty that they hold."