If you love Chinese dumplings, check out this post. I’ve got the names of places to eat and more. Lots of photos too, from Dumpling Night at the Museum of Chinese in America, where I was asked to moderate a panel. It was all a lot of fun.
Just got back from a week in L.A. Haven’t been there in years, not since I was a wife of an executive traveling on expense account. But I’m happy to report that this city can still be fun on a budget!
For July 4th, I hauled my daughter and one of her friends up to Woodstock, N.Y. This town is more country hip than true hippie. But it was fun — especially since it’s so hard to get my teenager to spend time with me these days.
This post is all about how my mom died. It was profoundly moving, sad, peaceful, loving. Death has it’s own magic. What a healing experience.
A former student, who is originally from Korea, shows me how to eat Korean food. We hit that special Manhattan neighborhood in the W. 30s which is filled with Korean restaurants. Lots of culture here!
Buddha Bodai is a Chinatown outpost for the popular Chinese vegetarian restaurant in Flushing, Queens. The food here is cut above the norm. Worth trying!