But Wait… This Isn’t Two Broads Travel.
Hello and welcome to my new site My Well Seasoned Life. This site is simply what Two Broads has evolved into after my many posts yearned for direction and a sharper focus.
The reason I created a new website is that my life has changed dramatically since I created Two Broads Abroad. I found that my travels, or should I say my big travel excursions only happen every other year. Not giving me enough subject matter to fill the theme of 2BA. In fact most of my posts were about food, well seasoned food.
But my life is broader (no pun intended) than 2BA. I want to have the freedom to post photos that aren’t food related yet . Write about subjects that have nothing to do with either travel or food, such as my worries about American politics, how to recreate a life in my 60s and stories of my family.
I think every family has a person who files away stories and events, and I am that person, yet I don’t have a child who will remember and pass on our family history nor my stories and tales. So My Well Seasoned Life will be the repository of my tales, opinions, loves and fears…and of course food and travel.
I moonlight as a television producer, mostly of food/travel shows (go figure) and this job has taken me to Venezuela, throughout Europe and Russia. But working in a place is very different than stepping into a new place and discovering it. I consider my work trips as a free scout for vacations of the future.
One of my most favorite shows that I worked on was “The Five Star Hotels of Italy”. It was the only time that I would ever step foot into and sleep in such expensive palaces. (I really don’t like to stay in hotels and would never pay that much for a room.) If beautiful hotels are your thing, you won’t be disappointed by these places the Hotel Sirenuse, Positano on the Almalfi Coast and Hotel San Francesco al Monte in Naples.
I come to television via the restaurant industry: I owned my own bakery, worked in many places in NYC as both pastry chef and cuisine. This makes me a double threat: I make kick ass croissants AND can butcher/cook any piece of meat you throw at me plus whip up a sauce to go along with it. Not bragging, but I’m a pro.
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In the next five years I hope to arrange my life so that I can spend six months out of the year living in a different country. Top of my list contenders: Chiang Mai, Viet Nam, Columbia and Copenhagen in the summer.