Yup, Soy Sauce for Beginners by Kristen Chen had what I love. A good story, a new place and soy sauce.
“The last great hope for this country is that Republicans and Democrats prove they can work together,” said Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chair Tom Reed. “We’ve locked arms to continue the fight for the American people, their families and their healthcare. Today, we are proud to deliver a set of bipartisan solutions to move health coverage forward so that our fellow Americans can also move ahead with restored hope in their own future and in the ability of Congress to resolve critical issues. We as a Caucus, will continue to work together with bipartisan dignity and commitment to the American people, who deserve stable healthcare and a functional Congress.”
I never heard of them before today. The Problem Solvers Caucus. And i cant find out much about them. Perhaps they are the grown ups we have been waiting for. Working not for the good of the Party but for the American People. Compromisers, visionaries, who knows. But we can hope
here are a few links…
and let’s. Let’s hope that something good can come from the current low we find ourselves in.
“The voters in my district sent me to Washington to engage in a constructive, deliberative process to address our nation’s challenges. The work of the Problem Solvers Caucus is a first step, showing that when people come together with open minds, ideas and a willingness to work together, progress is indeed possible.” – Rep. Brad Schneider (IL-10)
As I struggle to make sense of art, its importance, its value, its purpose, I fell into Head-long and so much started to fall into place and become clear. As you follow the plight of a painting, this novel brings you into detail and process and ponder.
Not quite When Harry Met Sally but oh so close. Great characters, believable, sympathetic, understandable. The Big Sick deserves all the praise it gets. And I got to see it on $5 Tuesdays at AMC.
Shame on whoever wrote this movie, shame on whoever casted these talentless actresses, and just shame. Again we have a great story, or a good story, a woman searching for self as she comes to that empty nest stage of life. The Year By The Sea is a great example of pandering, and condescension. I can’t say enough bad things about it. Im not even sure that they made Cape Cod attractive. How can you not show off Cape Cod.
Where no one seems to mind that you toss your drink to the floor. SO romantic, so lovely, on what i continue to believe is Rittenhouse Square, the Parc was pretty good. I was fed steak and liquor and thats all i remember.
In Philadelphia for a few days, keeping safe from Hurricane Irma and walking the streets getting familiar with the area. Im curios about union club of Philadelphia , what is it? As i walked by I was able to look in the street level window and saw a kitchen. I mean a kitchen, then a kitchen, then a pastry kitchen. Was this this Union Club or part of a culinary institute. I must find out.
But i digress. Tonight I had dinner alone at the bar at Barbuzzo. Well, not the bar, but a counter in front of the grilling cooktop. What a show. And the best meal. I had a steak, sliced, drenched in mushrooms, potatoes and asparagus, with a green garlic sauce.. heaven. And dessert, a small pot of chocolate crunch, pudding, caramel… could not have been sweeter or more delicious.