if you’ve read the Omnivore’s Dilemma or watched Food, Inc, you already know about Polyface Farm. their unique farming methods are only underscored by farmer Joel Salatin, who runs Polyface (the farm of many faces).
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Previous trips with Roaming Domo included Lake Tahoe and New York, but the latest trip took Domo to Staunton, VA. “Where?” Staunton. Virginia. “Where is that?” View Larger Map it is about a 3.5 hr drive from northern VA, at the intersection of interstate 81 and 64. It seemed like the perfect place to escape [...]
what happens when you get 15 people in one house for one week to go snowboarding at Breckenridge? unfortunately, this is not a rant on cramming people into a house, there was no Real World-type drama, but rather an awesome awesome trip with a ton of new friends!
6 years ago, we visited Mont Tremblant in Quebec, CA on a spring break trip made for college kids. it was definitely an experience – we rode the 12+ hours in the Jack Daniels tour bus, the conditions were mostly wet, and we learned quickly that we were easily the oldest ones in the club/bar [...]
6 years ago, my two friends and I went on a spring break trip to Mont Tremblant to snowboard for a week. there were a few things we learned really quick about this ski town located 2 hours outside Montreal: (1) ski town food is really expensive and (2) the Canadian drinking age is 18 [...]
If you haven’t been, the Udvar Hazy Air and Space Museum is easily one of the best museums in the DC area. Although it is about 45 minutes outside of DC, it is well worth the drive. It has some iconic aircraft dating back to a replica of the Wright Brothers’ original airplane. Some of [...]
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*** UPDATE *** The video is up! Check it out at ImprovEverywhere.com! Most of the time when I visit New York City, there isn’t a really formal plan for the weekend. Usually I just go to visit my cousin and walk around the city and eat (maybe gorge is the better word) whatever food [...]
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This is a late post, but still something worth sharing. 4th of July was particularly special this year. I was invited to go to a lake house to celebrate and be with new friends.
when you walk through the front doors, you know you’re in a barbecue place. the entire place smells like delicious woodsmoke. so before I start, there is a difference between barbecue and grilling. Barbecue is typically thought of as the “low and slow” cooking that usually involves larger cuts of meat like ribs, pork shoulder, [...]
if you haven’t been introduced to The Moth yet, you are missing out. not only do they have a great podcast, they also have live storytelling that take place predominantly in LA and New York City. I had the opportunity last week to attend a live show at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. Before the show, [...]