By my last morning in Boston I had almost gotten used to the unusually warm winter, with crisp air cutting across my cheeks and sunshine on my hair. Nina and I went to the Palladium, and for just a fast brunch, all their dishes were devilishly tempting.
Maybe its the artist in me, or the fact that I have an addiction to photographing my latest meal in a feeble attempt to have my pretty dish and eat it too, but I truly appreciate the art of presentation. With all the mouth watering dishes I've eaten during the past 8 days, this greek salad was by far the most gorgeous combination of colors and textures, with red peppers for lines and triangle pita sections for shapes. It was a display of edible art.
There is a subtle magic in a gorgeous salad. The lettuce tastes fresher, the tomatoes juicier, and the dressing creamier. A beautiful dish makes life a little more sweeter, and added a brighter moment to my departing day. Reminiscing about the trip, I wanted to share a few last minute photos from along the way.
Last Minute Boston Moments
Trinity Church & Shopping and Sushi in Back Bay
The Old North Church and Quincy Market
JFK Library and Museum