Originally developed by British and French soldiers during WWI for the sake of warmth and durability, trench coats have always been an essential item to any gentleman’s closet. Regardless of rain, they can be worn appropriately in any sort of brisk weather especially during the fall/spring seasons. When it comes to using the belt on your trench coat, if you’re going to button up, use it, otherwise you’ll end up looking unkempt. Using a simple square knot, double knot, or even side knot will do the trick.
A nice one pound USDA Choice New York strip steak marinated in extra light Filippo Berio olive oil, fresh ground pepper, sea salt, garlic, topped off with some Parmigiano Reggiano alongside calamata olives, garden grown hot peppers, and a glass of Philippe Bouchard Beaujolais-Villages Pinot Noir.
A vegetarian sandwich with tomato basil feta cheese, grape tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, green leaf lettuce, spicy cilantro hummus on some fresh home made tomato bread alongside a bloody mary ready to catch round two of the Chicago Bulls playoffs.
For clarification purposes, this isn’t a Panera bread sandwich, although it has similar ingredients.
Growing up in a Mexican family you grow fond of certain traditions and habits despite age. When it came to sports, my father loved boxing, especially Julio César Chávez. While digging through old boxes in my family’s attic, I discovered these gems that belong to my father, so naturally, I had to hang them up.