Fall in New York

I can’t think of a better way to pass an autumn Saturday in New York–especially when that Saturday happens to be Halloween Eve–than to stroll over to some friends’ apartment to watch a noon football game, taking in the changing leaves along the way; win said game; carve two huge pumpkins; consume copious amounts of ham delights; and then when bellies were full and thoughts sufficiently fuzzied, begin the process over again by strolling over to yet another friend’s apartment for a dinner of Shrimp and Grits (made from a soiled (read: well-loved) City Grocery recipe) followed by an assorted cookies dessert. Me like cookies.

City Grocery Shrimp and Grits

Two Mercedes sitting under a tree . . .

If only digital pictures came in a scratch and sniff format. .sml perhaps?

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