A Perfect Pizza: 2 Amy’s in Washington DC

A picture is worth a thousand words so let me know what you think?  2 Amy’s located at (3715 Macomb Street Northwest  Washington D.C., DC 20016 Tel (202) 885-5700) has the best pizza in Washington DC and maybe in the USA.  They are one of the only Pizza places with D.O.C. (See Below).  This is a fantastic and delicious place.  They also have a great variety of beer.  Simply Delicious!!!!!

What is DOC?  In 1998 the Italian government formally recognized Neapolitan pizza as a traditional food worthy of preservation and granted it D.O.C (Denominazione di Origine Controllata) status, which specifies the legally permitted ingredients and methods of preparation necessary to produce authentic Neapolitan Pizza. Only soft-grain flour, fresh yeast, water, and sea salt may be used for the dough, and only Italian plum tomatoes, mozzarella di bufala, extra-virgin olive oil and fresh basil or dried oregano may be used for the toppings.


Dominique Ansel: An Outstanding Bakery in Soho

I recently visited Dominque Ansel, a bakery in Soho.  I love this Bakery.  It is very relaxing and just exudes a great energy.  The kind of place you would love to hang out in.  It is very casual with Coffee served in paper cups.  But the coffee is fantastic and the bakery is amazing.  All the products are baked on-site which is rare these days.  I loved their Croissant, Cannele, and Madeleine.  I definitely love this place and highly recommend it.  They are located at: 189 Spring Street (between Sullivan and Thompson) New York, NY 10012.

Edge 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley

Highly Recommended–A Beautiful Cab at a Great Price!!

EDGE is the most reasonable Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon that one will find on the shelf, which does not compromise on quality. Blended by a notable winemaker, EDGE Cabernet Sauvignon drinks wonderfully now, and will age well for five to eight years. Edge spent 16 months in French and American oak barrels, of which 30% were new. It is a blend of Cabernet and a small amount of Merlot to round out the edges.