I’m putting up a short post just to let everyone know I’m still alive. MD and I have both had incredibly hectic schedules lately that have precluded us from attending to our blogs. MD and the Santa Barbara Choral Society just performed Ralph Vaughn Williams A Sea Symphony over the past weekend, which activity (the aforementioned wretched choral society) has consumed all her time. I, for the first time in a long time, have become a working stiff.
The sous vide project has gone wild. Instead of watching from the sidelines and showing up at board meetings, which heretofore has been my chief activity vis a vis the company, I am now in charge of the entire direct-to-consumer operation. Consequently, I have been on the road and will continue to be a road warrior for a while.
Tomorrow, in fact, will find MD and me in San Francisco at the Sur La Table store for a Sous Vide Supreme demonstration. Richard Blais, the chef pictured above with the two us (he’s the one with the faux hawk), will be doing the demo, but MD and I will be in attendance. So, if you want to drop by and meet us, have a chat or just see how much older we look in person than in our photographs, come on down to the Ferry Building Marketplace in San Francisco tomorrow (May 8th) from 10 ‘til 2. Hope to see you there.
And I hope to be back to some sort of regular blogging schedule maybe next week. I don’t have to leave until the end of the week.
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