The Premier Blue Diamond
Image NYT

  • The New York Times features the details of Sotheby's upcoming auction in Hong Kong on October 7 and the sale of the very rare Premier Blue Diamond (seen above), expected to bring around $19 million.
  • ScoutMob highlights the recently launched weekly web magazine The Bitter Southerner, a site devoted to recognizing great Southern rooted stories, artisans, and livelihood.
  • One Kings Lane co-founder Susan Feldman jets off with home-decor designer Michael Aram to South India. Following their return, the pair file their must read Insider's Travel Guide.
  • The recipe journal 101 Cookbooks is also responsible for the online pantry shop QUITOKEETO (which is open at select times throughout the year, now being one of them). Read more about the Yellow Tomato Bloody Mary recipe using Daphnis and Chloe hand picked Greek herbs.
  • The Wall Street Journal writes of an additional shared relationship of Chefs Mary Sue Miliken & Susan Feniger, known as the "Too Hot Tamales", stemming from their fittingly titled and successful Food Network TV show (it aired in the mid-90s & I was a HUGE fan). Friends & business partners for 30+ years, the pair have an architect in common, one that they have both been married to.


The Premier Blue Diamond
Image NYT

  • The New York Times features the details of Sotheby's upcoming auction in Hong Kong on October 7 and the sale of the very rare Premier Blue Diamond (seen above), expected to bring around $19 million.
  • ScoutMob highlights the recently launched weekly web magazine The Bitter Southerner, a site devoted to recognizing great Southern rooted stories, artisans, and livelihood.
  • One Kings Lane co-founder Susan Feldman jets off with home-decor designer Michael Aram to South India. Following their return, the pair file their must read Insider's Travel Guide.
  • The recipe journal 101 Cookbooks is also responsible for the online pantry shop QUITOKEETO (which is open at select times throughout the year, now being one of them). Read more about the Yellow Tomato Bloody Mary recipe using Daphnis and Chloe hand picked Greek herbs.
  • The Wall Street Journal writes of an additional shared relationship of Chefs Mary Sue Miliken & Susan Feniger, known as the "Too Hot Tamales", stemming from their fittingly titled and successful Food Network TV show (it aired in the mid-90s & I was a HUGE fan). Friends & business partners for 30+ years, the pair have an architect in common, one that they have both been married to.


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