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2017 Fall Fishing – MTK/Orient Pt.

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Fall Fishing: Day 2

Day 2: Friday, October 18th Bob arrived and we set a 7:15am departure time for the point.  The plan was to cast at the surface action so we didn’t stop for any live bait.  Matt and I had seen 2 … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Ribs/Chicken/Brisket

Katie and I header out to East Hampton for a weekend with the family.  The forecast called for rain, rain, and rain so we defrosted some ribs and fired up the Lang Saturday morning. We also threw in some small … Continue reading

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Ok brisket

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Bradley Beach Food & Wine Festival

Shrimp, Scollop & Asparagus Risotto… Orange-Dijon Salmon with Panko….Grilled Lettuce w/Lemon Parmesan.

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After mediocre sandwiches, overpriced shots, and premade “island mojitos” served with a side of hate, we got a swift kick in the nuts when our flight to Oysterfest on the eastern shore of virginia was canceled. Kate rose to the … Continue reading

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VT Pow Pow and Good Chow

Katie hosted her NCCS friends for a weekend of skiing.  I figured I would join.   <p><a href=”″>Ludlow, VT</a> from <a href=”″>John Magovern</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p> STATS:Had some issues with my ski tracks app (kept it in my outside pocket … Continue reading

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!!Christmas Day!!

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“Russ, Russ, Get The Mackerel”

After getting a hot tip from Bucktailin Billy that Russ & Daughters Appetizers had the best herring around, I knew I had to make the trip. Russ & Daughters is located on the lower east side of Manhattan on East … Continue reading

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The Making Of The Mustard – 2013

This weekend I had a hankering for something tasty. I wanted some sweetness, some spice, and a little tradition. It had to be versatile- equally good as a dip or a condiment; a spread or a dressing. There was only … Continue reading

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