Monday, November 6, 2017

Food, Wine and Real Estate!

It's been almost TEN YEARS.  

No, not since my last post though it feels like it, but since this little space of A Boston Food Diary began.  Ten years.  On January 23rd, 2008 I hit publish for the first time and man...I cannot believe the journey its taken me on.  Hopefully it's taken you, my dear reader, on one as well.  Over these years we've walked into countless restaurants, we've eaten lord knows how many calories, we've had incredible kitchen successes, and some unmentionable failures.  We've tasted wine together.  We've gotten to understand its story, it's trials and jubilations and its become something so much more than alcohol.  A Boston Food Diary has been there through an incredible chunk of my adult life and now we're going to start a new path together.  

Are you ready?  This is a big one.

Several months ago I joined Unit Realty Group here in Boston.  I have plunged into the incredible world of Real Estate as a buyer/seller/rental agent.  I decided it was time to put all of my knowledge of this amazing city, every nook and cranny, every hidden gem, to even better use, and help people find their home here.  As you all are aware- I don't believe there is any better city in this country to live than Boston, and I cannot wait to help people experience all that it has to offer.

So what does that mean for A Boston Food Diary- it means exploring the market through the eyes of the food and wine world.  Looking at kitchens and finding the ones that make me swoon to entertain in them, revisiting old haunts and introducing the new ones as we traverse the neighborhoods, and going back to what made me start A Boston Food Diary in the first place.  

Food is home.  Food is family, and friends, and laughter, and comfort.  Your residence should be the same.  I can't wait to start this next part of the journey with you all.

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