Good friends, flowing drinks and mouth watering food-I can’t think of a better way to spend any night of the week. Aeran has been working on creating his own Supper Club-a night where you get to sit back and relax while he cooks a six plus course meal for you and your guests-right in the comfort of your home! His food is always delicious and hails from his family recipes in Israel as well as his Texan roots so it’s a delectable mix of the two. We tried it out for the Craig Paulson Photo gang and it was a hit-just take a look at the menu! Here are some snaps from the night-including photos taken by Miss Gracie Paulson (budding photographer! I wonder where she gets it…) and the fabulous Courtney Dudley! Enjoy and try to not to drool on your keyboards.
I was fortunate enough to get down to DC right in time for a) perfect weather b) cherry blossoms. Since they peaked on a weekend, we thought it was a good idea to get up early to “beat the crowds”. Obviously we were not early enough or it is simply not possible. All crowds aside, it was one of the more beautiful and peaceful spring openers I’ve enjoyed in a while.
It’s been so busy around here with weddings and personal life, I haven’t had much of a chance to update the ol blog! I recently went down with my film camera to the labor day parade here in my neighborhood around Eastern Parkway. This happens every year and I’ve always seen it while moving September 1 (typically in standstill traffic in my van) but this year I had already moved by the first so I was able to enjoy it! Lots of grilling, jerk chicken, anything served in a pineapple, and every country in the west indies being represented by it’s people. SO much energy and revelry.