Author Archives: Jim

Notes from Reggie Shlomo-Whyte… the 19th Hole

Splendid day, isn’t it? Splendid!  And what could be better on a splendid day, splendid afternoon actually, then strolling to the grill room of the club after competing on the course.  18 holes to be exact.  I should note that … Continue reading

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Voices From the Jacuzzi

My semi-retired status * permits me the opportunity to supplement my 6:00am swim with some additional treadmill time at the Riverwalk Athletic Club, located at the Heritage Hotel in Southbury, CT. I go back  at 11:00ish and will watch a movie: walk … Continue reading

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Kalimotxo Braised Short Ribs w/ 2019 Klinker Brick Old Vine Zinfandel

Kalimotxo [KAL-ee-MOH-cho] is a traditional drink from the Basque in Spain.  It is an equal blend of dry red wine and cola, and it was thought to be a great way to camouflage a “rustic” quality red!  That case notwithstanding, the … Continue reading

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Rice Pudding with Golden Spoons

My Uncle Saul died in September of 1982. He had just celebrated his 70th Birthday three days before, and he was laid to rest in a small Woodbury cemetery near the home that Saul and Aunt Meggie had owned on Carthage Rd.  … Continue reading

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