WEEKLY COLUMN


Honeymoons

If someone is keeping track of honeymoons, mark me down for 23. That might be a lot of honeymoons, though only two are in the […]

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R&D

An explorer organizes an expedition by studying maps and charts. A petroleum engineer prepares for a drill by scrutinizing geological surveys of the earth’s strata […]

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Careers and Crushes

Some people know at an early age what they want to do with their professional life and career. The first job I can remember being […]

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Opening Nightmares

On a recent list of the most stressful jobs of 2018, Aimee Picchi of CBS News listed (in order from least to most stressful): senior corporate executive, […]

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Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

Life is full of changes. From the moment we are born until the day we die, our bodies, minds, and lives are in a constant […]

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Williamsburg 2018

WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA— It’s crunch time in the pre-opening phase of our new restaurant, but I peeled away to Virginia for two days. My brother and […]

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Pineapple Sherbet

Times change, it’s inevitable. People change, it’s inescapable. The seasons don’t change. They come and go as they always have. Winters may seem a little […]

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The Biz

I love restaurants. Restaurants are my business. They are also my hobby. When I go on vacation I plan the trip around visiting restaurants. Sometimes […]

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Summer Peaches and Bare Feet

Years ago—as a small child in the south—the change of seasons meant nothing to me. The four seasons of my early life were: almost summer, […]

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The Breakfast Rut

Last year I made a commitment to start an annual four-part summer column series that featured my top-10 New Orleans dinner, lunch, brunch, and breakfast […]

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