Give us this day our daily bread. A Thanksgiving theme of sorts. This delicious loaf of sourdough bread (called a Micca) will be transformed into a Wild Mushroom Stuffing. But today I’m starting by cutting into half-inch cubes and then drying out. There will eventually be leeks, celery, crimini mushrooms, oyster and shiitake mushrooms, sage, thyme, parsley, eggs and veggie chicken stock.
The term micca means crumb and is the name of the oldest and most typical bread of Parma, Italy. This sourdough micca is from Saraghina Bakery here in Brooklyn.
Ethiopia via Bed Stuy. Misir Wot (Ethiopian Spicy Lentil Stew) with a side of Collard Greens. @michelle_unnata and @kennethfeldman love making our own vision of injera (Teff) crepes to go with this ultra savory dish. #misirwot #injerabread #ethiopia #ethiopianfood #collardgreens
Some more photos of our soon-to-be old apartment here in Brooklyn, NY. These are my iPhone pix of the apartment as we are showing it. @michelle_unnata #317greeneave #compass #condo #brooklyncondo #loveit
Breaking News: Kenny and Michelle are Leaving NYC!
We are totally excited and very nervous to announce that we have put our apartment on the market (starting today!) and will soon be moving to Lancaster, Pennsylvania!
If everything works out we’ll actually move about mid-January of 2023.
There’s no single reason for the move, but we both feel that we’ve accomplished what we need to living in NYC, and it’s time to shake things up a bit in our lives.
We wanted to stay in the northeast of the country, and as a friend noted today, Lancaster is in the South West of the North East!
We’re looking forward to a slightly slower-paced lifestyle, and also the open country nearby. While Lancaster county is in the heart of Amish country, the city of Lancaster is totally cute, very walkable, and super friendly.
And with an Amtrak station right in town, it’s actually really easy to get here from NYC Penn Station — so we hope that y’all can come for a visit! We’ll actually have a guest room for you!
NYC (NY) has been home to us for many years — 30+ years for Michelle, and I was born here but lived in the mid-west a bit before we moved back to Long Island in the early 70’s.
We’ll miss all of our wonderful friends, and all the great things about NYC, but are looking forward to new adventures and experiences.
We’re still here for a couple more months, and hope to catch up with everyone before we go. But we’ll be fairly close by, and will swing back often, I’m sure.
That’s the news for now!
Attached here are the professional photos we had taken for our listing. We'll really miss this place.
Höfði Lighthouse in Reykjavík is a relatively new addition to the island nation’s maritime legacy. Built in 2019, the cheery yellow Lighthouse overlooks Faxaflói Bay and Mt. Esja.
#lighthouse #reykjavik #iceland #clouds #sky #ocean
Hallgrimskirka is the main church in downtown Reykjavík, Iceland. Its vertical columns evokes the look of the columnar basalt rock which dominates areas of this very volcanic island. @michelle_unnata #hallgrimskirkjachurch #reykjavik #iceland #columnarbasalt #volcano