Hey, is a mench a good thing. You know us Italians know nothin about nothin.
Love the both of ya, Jeff
Have a great one. Throw on some old clothes, grab a couple of bottles of MD 20-20 and enjoy the real aspects of that city.
Jeff, Sophie and Nick
Hey, off topic, but we had a great new years, clean CAT scans for Soph and Me. I'm never going to collect on that insuraNCE lol
I have been having a lovely bday, in no small part because I've been hearing from my friends. :bounce: :bounce:
Yes, dear, a mensch is a very good thing to be: it means a genuine person, a straight arrow, a good heart, who never bses other people and always tries to do his/her best by everyone. Kind of like CC, and Panini, and Jim, and Mezz, and chrose, and so many other people here (please don't be hurt if I didn't mention you by name; there are so many). Thank you all for your good wishes.
And a happy, HEALTHY New Year to all. :bounce:
Actually, we're not going out tonight; we spent the afternoon at Blue Smoke having hamburgers with folks from eGullet. It was a "meeting" of Burger Club -- we get together every two weeks or so to find the best burgers; the one today was definitely the best so far. And if you happen to check the Metro section of tomorrow's NY Times, you may be able to read about it. A reporter and photographer were there, to do a story on BC and eGullet. Don't know who got to the Times, or why they're doing it, but hey, it should be good publicity all around.
With a "knowing smirk" I wish you the happiest of all birthdays and a wish for you to live to eat burgers as long as you may desire.
Thanks for all your kind words, nods and you always keep me on my toes by making me realize how much I don't know!