Archive for 2008
I’m teaming up with cottage living and myrecipes.com on a new series called Local Flavor with Kim Sunee. Click here to watch a Sneak Preview. The series will be available every Thursday at myrecipes.com
This James Marsh documentary opened in July in NYC about Philippe Petit, the French funambulist, who walked across the Twin Towers in 1974. It’s an extraordinary account of one man’s passion as well as the birth and life of the towers…Hopefully, it’s coming to a theatre near you. Click here to watch the trailer.
This was the last day of a week-long visit and photo shoot in Florence. I lost my voice and sprained my ankle. Luckily, Antonio, of Carabe gelateria quickly scooped out some plum gelato to help the swelling.
Thanks to Hongseok (Angel) “Roy” Ro for his hard work on making a lovely documentary about my return journey to South Korea. And to Mike for the translation. Thank you… Sunée Nunna
This is a lovely place to stay and relax in Cary, NC, especially if it’s your birthday and you’re on book tour at the nearby Quail Ridge Books and Music Thanks to Pastry Chef Daniel Benjamin for a gorgeous birthday surprise.
Media Noche sandwiches and Café Con Leche at Puerto Sagua… What’s in a media noche? Pernil (slow roasted pork shoulder), sliced ham, yellow mustard, Swiss cheese, thinly sliced pickles, and butter pressed between two slices of sweet egg bread. No mayonesa! and media noche sandwiches
I love her new book a children’s book for adults pages to wander through in the early morning on a winter afternoon when the snow is falling so softly, when your heart is a bit lopsided, when you’ve said it all but no one seems to understand when the words are hard to find this is the book The Principles of Uncertainty