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Brite Mist
Lives in Stamford, CT 06902
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clouds in my glasses
Oh what fun I have! The slightest smudge or particle of dust or drop of water or grease or just about anything else, creates a myriad of affects in the images i see. Movement to the side of my focus of a leaf or a branch or a bird, create the feeling of per...
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been away, back i am back and what that means
my time away was extended, due to unforeseen and events that could not be planned for. I am reminded by questions and observations of others, that i live differently than most. For while i am away, i am physically working, carrying, hauling, cleaning, panti...
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lessons, once learned, then forgotten, now remembered
How many of us think we will live forever? Not one in rational thought, but all of us in our daily actions. We see the immediate and respond. For years, as i was becoming accustom to the things i lacked, when learning to be thankful despite all of it, i was...
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From Vietnam from a friend - pastry with bean curd
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she told me that he died  and so i turned to my own and led him upstairs there is not enough time— this is precisely why the jonquil longs for but will never reach its shadow it is the excruciating impossible—on this pl...
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it took a bit to digest
At this point i have not written about the doctor visit that had me so nervous.. there were things i needed to discuss and hope to understand. A while back i had one incident which concerned me... I was walking over a small gully and i looked down to ensure...
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This week's Meatless Monday recipe is one of which I am quite proud. This is not to sound vain; it simply means that it's the first time I've attempted to cook a dish from the amazing Julia Child's...
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such an accident, we - in these bodies; all of these intersections, interstices and friable wires a haphazard heap, an unsurveyed intermission resulting in we, or you as you, or me as me, but when i sit back as quiet as a t...
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cold again
Not like before, not like in February, when the relentless blowing cold, brought the strongest New Englander, to their knees. This came with sounds and fight, as they were cannon and mortar. It destroyed the peace of the Spring, that brought flowers and gre...
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With a sigh of relief after the one of the worst winters that I have been through, I'm pleased to present the first butterflies of the year. I found about a half dozen morning cloaks on a Saturday morning walk in the woods. ©2014 Steve Borichevsky. Posted by Steve Borichevsky at 6:29 AM ...
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Grilling time!  Today Pork fibs (southern style with BBQ)  Yesterday sausage and peppers grinders!
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Basic computer programming, advance database construction, mental health councilor, cook, restaurant manager, entomologist, microbiologist, water color artist, decent home cook
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A transplanted Texan
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Born a Texan, but traveled the US extensively.  Now staying on the East coast.
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Survived life and all it throws at you.
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Stamford, CT 06902
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Having experienced a significant head trauma event which caused me a lot of vision issues, this place has taken care of me and the problems in a wonderful, caring manner...recommend - absolutely
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
i actually am a regular and have been extremely happy with products and service since it opened. I now know the owner who is French and Italian trained, but caters to the local central American population. Cookies, cakes and treats are good and i actually enjoy trying new things that originate in South America.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Always good, always flavorful...simple, no frills, great taste
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Went there on Tuesday and got a table for 5 of us at 8 PM (I heard tables are tough to come by on weekends, but not such an issue on Tuesday). I had been before, but it had been a while. The food was good before, but it has improved! It is Mexican inspired cuisine, so do not expect "Mexican", but rather something with all the flavors and feel of what Mexican food means! No one was unhappy and everyone was satisfied, Appetizers - cornbread (a must), the regular Guacamole (really flavorful), oysters (a marvelous surprise) and then a rib appetizer that made me think i was in St Louis! Those with the fresh chips and dips might have been enough, but we were prepared for more! The grouper fish tacos (incredible), a seasonal dish of grouper in a green pepita sauce with zucchini fries was awesome, A pork chop dish and i need to find out the secret of making this pork so tender, and a shrimp platter with the extra colossal shrimp that was wonderful. I was truly finished and was bringing home a good portion, but there is dessert - the quatro leche dessert is really good as is the "Beunos Noches" chocolate brownie and some marvelous dish with caramel apples. We obviously all shared bites of everything and no one had any complaints!
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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Out of a number of tries - i liked it better than most others in the area - i particularly enjoyed their mix of chinese and japanese food
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
simply put, they forgot to put ANY flavor (not heat) in the food!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Been there 5 or 6 times - the sushi chef is extremely creative with his presentations. Pleasant atmosphere, great sushi, sashimi or some of the other Japanese fairs they have. great value at Lunch. Don't be afraid to order something you never did before - they are great.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago