Subscribe to my newsletter

  • Add your e-mail address:

Twitter Updates

    follow me on Twitter

    Become a Fan

    Join the Conversation

    « Saturday - A day for copious, comestible gifts and another tasty meal at Depot 62 | Main | Michael Batterberry Lives On - A month later (and shall forever) »

    Tuesday, August 31, 2010


    Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

    Craig Tiggleman


    Wow, yet another insightful and fun post! You guys sure have had the culinary tour around New York! I am so happy for you. I miss you and love you, see you soon!


    Jack Tiggleman

    Great post, Jack! I'm so happy that you have blogged about our adventures in New York State. It is a great trip diary for all of us to remember the great fun and food that we shared together. On another note, I loved that soup and am wondering if maybe Suvir can arm wrestle it out of the chef at the Chocolate Mill? Can't wait for you to write about our day in Vermont and the Kobe steak dinner Suvir prepared for us...xoxo Mom (and those reading glasses sure do make me look old!!)

    The comments to this entry are closed.

    My Photo

    My Cookbooks

    My Products

    American Masala Farm

    • Farmhouse_Crispy_Creamy_Potatoes
      Charlie and my farm is in the bucolic hills and valleys nestled between the Adirondack and Green Mountain ranges.

    Fall Cider Party

    • DSC_0154
      An annual tradition in our farm community is the Cider Press Party at the home of our neighbors Ron and Judy DeWitt.


    • DSC_0037
      My home in India rich with sensory experiences and an electrifying energy that is at once captivating and dizzying.

    Beirut Farmers Market

    • Herbs olives and more
      The smells of fresh bread, the tastes of pastes and pickles, the feel of the sea winds.

    Hiroko Shimbo

    • Dessert 2
      My friend Hiroko is wthout a doubt one of the most talented Japanese chefs I know. Here a few images from a lunch she hosted for Charlie, I, and a few dear friends.

    Mary Ann

    • Grape leaves
      A glimpse into the ever chic and warm home of my first friend in the United States, a cook who inspires in all of my cookbooks.