A nine-year subscriber to British Vogue with naughty flirtations at Elle UK and The Economist, I am known to limit my involvement with magazines because, well, they are fire hazards and money wasters. Something has intrigued me about Esquire, but I’ve never flipped through it, cautious of maintaining my girly girly presentation. But who can resist George Clooney?
Esquire is known as the “Guide for men who want to live a fuller, richer, more informed and rewarding life. Style, manners, money, culture, and cuisine.” Definitely not a magazine for me; but I do believe that my perfect man would read Esquire, gazing at perfect, aesthetic images such as these:
Imagine my delight to learn that my new favourite cocktail garnishment, the Vodka Tipsy Fiery Olive, is concocted and distributed by the Sable & Rosenfield company, one that earned its entrepreneurial ranks through hard work and dedication. Its first branded product, Russian Mustard, was featured in Esquire’s Christmas centrefold (early 1970s) as “the mustard to give to men.” And we hereby have the olive to give to Nicole Marie Story!
Monday Appetiser. Pardon the fat glass, my go-to when the good stuff breaks.
Monday dinner. Vegan chicken. Enoki Mushroom. Reduced Sugar Ketchup. Delicious!
Tuesday Dinner. Black Bean Hummus (only 400 Calories for the entire container!). Raw broccoli, carrot, and cauliflower (shared with Gwendolyn). Eaten in the automobile. Business is busier than bees!
“Mommy, will you please share your broccoli with me?”
A gorgeous dirty gin. Jalepeño Stuffed Olives by Sable & Rosenfield.
To write a book on Nutrition… or to write a book on Dieting… That is the question.
What do you think? ;)
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