Beirut

Beirut feels old. You can’t help but notice it. Its break from modernity gives it serious charm. The buildings haven’t had much love in the past 50 years. They are weathered and old fashioned, neglected and sad. There are millions of electrical wires going from rooftop to rooftop and the power goes out regularly. The […]

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The Power of Food

Food and cooking are a massive part of my life. It has been for many years. I love to learn about food, cook, and eat. Living an expat life brings a certain depth to my passions and for the last few years I have been living out some of my Anthony Bourdain fantasies, RIP my […]

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Humanity

I’m attracted to smaller communities. Places where people stand outside and have conversations, help each other, maintain a sense of community. Certain places haven’t jumped to the rush of “evolution” and in some ways it’s a good thing. When did we stop taking long walks, stretching out meals, noticing the mood of our conversations or […]

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