need inspiration –
and you have to eat!
Can’t remember what you had for lunch yesterday?
I can remember what you had for lunch yesterday, and what you had for dinner at that shack on a deserted beach in Bali seven years ago. And what I had that day I came back from sightseeing to a B&B in Telc, Czechloslovakia, and found homemade garlic toasted cheese sandwiches waiting in the kitchen with thick hot chocolate on the side.
I always remember what everyone had. I just do.
On the outside, I was a lighting designer in New York theater and for private clients. But on the inside, I was on my own private eat quest.
I would go to a farmer’s market and come back with pecorino fresca and a hot tip on where to find lobster mushrooms in a remote corner of upstate New York.
My passion for all things food led to reading and writing about it on various online food chat rooms.
Before long, I found myself the go-to source for a growing circle of friends on the hunt for a cool night out, soon followed by celebrities from my day job seeking a totally unique experience, off the beaten path of the already (in)famous overpriced restaurants. I love telling people where to dine, or setting up a fun evening from an aperitif to an after dinner cigar.
My own private eat quest has blossomed into /, a full-fledged global dining service, matching the right meal with the right diner, fulfilling any craving from ingredient searches to planning parties, food crawls - and even an at home proposal dinner. I love to personally curate your food experience, big or small, quirky or simple. For me it’s a dating service for people and their food. A twist on a matchmaking site. I cover the waterfront featuring an array from premium, to intimate, to cool casual, even when you know a mean burger in Brooklyn but want to outdo yourself in the Bronx.
Here is what I have learned so far on my eat quest. It may help you on yours. And don’t forget to tell me what you had for lunch yesterday.