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great post, Meg! So psyched for your trip! Happy new year... :)
what night did you guys go to see Book? We were there on Friday Oct. 11. It was such a trip to see it in Texas!
Toggle Commented Oct 21, 2013 on Struggle in a minor key at Boots in the Oven
As William James would have said, truth is what works. As Gramsci would have said, truth is always revolutionary (meaning, in part, that truth is always "turning"). Americans' obsession with "incontrovertible fact" doesn't take into account that truth (as James and Gramsci would have agreed) is always relative. I think that one of the great issues with natural wine is how it translates from the Mediterranean temperament to the Anglo-Saxon (Lettie and Tom both seem to fall in the latter category, no?). Great post, Alice. Thanks for writing it.
Toggle Commented Jul 10, 2013 on Natural wine, belief and desire at The Feiring Line
if ever there were a "gorgeous" wine, this would be it, right? We drink a lot of this at home and it's our number-one wine for summer entertaining... thanks for taking time out to taste it, Meg. Great post (and great photo).
thank goodness you are all okay! hang in there... and the newsletter looks fantastic...
Toggle Commented Nov 1, 2012 on The Rescue at The Feiring Line
Contadino at Whole Foods? Sounds like a dream...
Hag sameach! We spoke of our Ethel at our seder...
Toggle Commented Apr 20, 2011 on Seder Wines at The Feiring Line
Alice, we had so much fun while you were here! I'm so glad that we managed to put this together and Texas is STILL talking about (and missing) Alice Feiring. Thanks again for taking time out to visit with us... We'll see you in NYC sooner than later... abbraccio j
Toggle Commented Nov 1, 2010 on Texas Waltz at The Feiring Line
we are so psyched for your visit! The whole town is abuzz about and buzzed on Alice Feiring! can't wait...
as much as I want to stop thinking about _natural_ and what it means, I cannot, Alice! There's something so utterly Pasolinian about the boy and his pimples and the chips... I love it and I love what you've done here. I also love that it happened in the Lyon train station (for all the reasons you know and the gig that NN+ played in Lyon a few years ago). But it also made me think of something else: the word _nature_ and _natural_ have slightly and subtly different meanings in Romance languages. Aaaaa... I feel a post coming... Great post...
Next time I'm in La Jolla I'll send you some photos from our beautiful beaches! Great photos... one of my favorite things in the world to do is camminare sulla spiaggia!
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did you see that crazy article in the Times about how traders on Wall Street are fixated by curling? a real blood sport, that one...
wow, just seeing this now (as we've been distracted for the last few days with our move). What a great night that was! And that wine... always a treat... The lobster and spaetzle look awesome (and will remember the word to the wise re egg whites!). Thanks for the shout out (looking forward to ya'll coming over to our new place!)... :-)
Toggle Commented Feb 21, 2010 on Orange Wine and Valentine's. at Boots in the Oven
wow, great bread in Austin? sounds too good to be true. I've so many questions: do they allow byob? do they allow take out of just the bread? Tracie B and I will have to make it up there... Josh Loving hipped me to your blog and I'm glad for it... :-)
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2009 on Baguette House, Austin at Boots in the Oven