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Where is your favorite place to go in the Bay Area? I love hiking, biking and the ocean. A trail that leads to the ocean, such as Steep Ravine trail on Mt. Tamalpais.View Bio
Where or what would you choose to eat as your last meal? La Taqueria, dos crispy carnitas tacos con queso y guacamole, no frijoles.View Bio
Where is the most memorable place you've ever traveled to? Most memorable place I have traveled to is England. I lived there for 8 years as a kid, and I definitely have a connection to the place. I hope to take my kids for a vacation at some point, and show them their dad’s old stomping grounds.View Bio
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If there was a fire in your house what is the ONE thing you would grab? The dining set I hand built from reclaimed cherry wood demoed from a law firm at Ice House 1. It is irreplaceable and my eyes and patience aren’t good enough these days for me to duplicate the detailing that went into it.View Bio
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Random factoid about yourself that most people don't know? I am very resourceful.View Bio
Where is the most memorable place you’ve ever traveled to? Nicaragua. I went there for a month in college and got to see a majority of the country. Got to see the rural farmland, colonial towns, coast, a coffee farm in the mountains, and the rain forest. It’s also the most memorable place due to the sole fact that I was urinated on by a howler monkey as a wakeup call—kind of difficult to forget that.
Where or what would you choose to eat as your last meal? I can’t pick just one last meal, how about last two or maybe splitting two to make one. Either way, the meals would be from each of my grandmothers. One meal would be her Beef Stroganoff over Homemade French Fries recipe that she got from a Russian chef in Bogota. The other would be my grandmother Hatchi’s good ole Southern Fried Chicken with Mustard Greens, Homemade Refrigerated Pickles, and Drop Biscuits. Oh, and can’t forget the appetizer, Fresh Boiled Peanuts right out of a black kettle.