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I have degrees in biology and biochemistry, a passion for genetics, history, and philosophy, and shrimp is my favorite food.
I mention Cherrye today because the next two posts I have planned are based on posts from her blog, My Bella Vita!
This one is about My Cousin the Saint: A Search for Faith, Family, and Miracles by Justin Catanoso.
In relation to nationality I'm a American Northwesterner, in politics I'm a reactionary, and as for religion I have none (I'm an atheist).
Cherrye Moore, a Texas-born freelance writer and B&B owner living, working and blogging in Catanzaro, Italy, is one of a group of women I call my “Italy girls.” Along with several other expat bloggers living in Italy, we keep in touch almost every day via Twitter and comments on each other’s posts.
The lifestyle that his fame has afforded him he finds sweeter every day.
What passes for him as work, others would regard as fantasy. ’ I say, ‘Life is a constant source of joy, every breath a gift!
’ And they say, ‘Fuck you,’ because it sounds like crap.
By the standards of celebrity-chef omnipresence as established by Mario Batali, Mario Batali has been keeping a fairly low profile of late.
He spent only two weeks this summer in New York, and since his return he has been rebuffing interview requests left and right. A decision to forgo the spotlight and stick to his knitting? “It’s about managing the amount of blab that’s out there. You know, ‘Hey, I haven’t heard about Batali in, like, three hours! ’ ” What Batali is doing is sitting on the corner of 17th Street and Irving Place at an outdoor table in front of his Spanish restaurant Casa Mono, eating pig’s feet and pickled pearl onions (“Pearls before swine”), quaffing white wine, and posing for camera-phone pictures with the endless stream of fans who interrupt his dinner.