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Dear Ez Sez Readers,
My new photo series and its smiley blog is now up...
P.S. Feel free to share with friends, especially kids who might enjoy it too.
Update 10/15/14: Now you can Follow the Emoticoncrete journey on Instagram too.
Posted by Ezra Soiferman at 6:06 PM
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
It's meshuggah. Fully.
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Monday, June 30, 2014
I've been invited to MC the book launch for my NYC friend Laura Silver's new book Knish: In Search of the Jewish Soul Food.
Drop in for knish tastings, signed books, a knish drawing contest, 'waffled knishes' (!?) and a general fress-fest.
Taking place this Friday, July 4, 7pm, Librairie Drawn + Quarterly (211 Bernard St. West, Montreal).
Best wishes + knishes to all.
Update: Here's a great review of the event that was posted by Drawn + Quarterly.
Posted by Ezra Soiferman at 4:24 PM
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Friday, March 28, 2014
Hello Again Friends and Foodies!
Here is the 2nd Urban Bonfire video I directed: "Bring the Bonfire: Epis. 1 - Blackstrap BBQ"
This one has Urban Bonfire's Ryan Bloom taking a stock Kamado Joe grill out on the road and challenging award-winning Blackstrap BBQ "Pitmaster" Dylan Kier to a flame-filled duel to see if his famous steaks, ribs and pork roasts come out as well on the "Joe" as with his prized, industrial-grade hickory smokers.
Please watch the video to find out and thanks for sharing it with your food-lover friends.
You can also visit Urban Bonfire's Facebook page for lots more backyard and BBQ-related fun.
If you still haven't seen the first video in this series, "Meet Urban Bonfire", you can watch it here. Thanks to all who checked it out last week and sent feedback. I loved reconnecting with you all.
Have a great weekend,
Posted by Ezra Soiferman at 1:51 PM
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Spring is here and warm outdoor time is (~hopefully~) right around the corner up here in Montreal and out where you are.
Cool news to share... I was asked by an old friend, Ryan Bloom (co-owner of the exquisite Rustique Pie Kitchen), to direct two short films for his brand new venture, Urban Bonfire, located right next door to Rustique on Notre-Dame West in St-Henri.
Ryan describes Urban Bonfire like this: "Our goal is to work with people and their spaces to maximize both the economic and experiential elements of every rooftop, balcony, backyard, deck or country home they want to bring to life."
Urban Bonfire will not only sell you a sweet barbecue, they'll also take your backyard and whip it into an oasis for family & friends. For Ryan and Urban Bonfire partner/designer Stefan Marchant, everything revolves around "Celebrating Outdoor Gathering Spaces".
And that's exactly what we went for in the two videos we created for their gorgeous new shop.
Please watch the first video, Meet Urban Bonfire, which just launched on the store's website and on YouTube. It features music by among others, another old friend, Dylan Silverstein, and was deftly edited by Rebecca Lessard.
If you enjoy the video, feel free to share with a friend who may need a barbecue, some grilling accessories, or even a spruced-up backyard. There's even a bbq promo on now at the shop too.
The 2nd video, in which I follow Ryan and a barbecue to Verdun's beloved Blackstrap BBQ, will launch next week. I'll share that with you then.
Enjoy the spring! Hope you're outside grilling and chilling soon...
Posted by Ezra Soiferman at 7:37 AM
Saturday, March 8, 2014
It was one of those
"that was a cold one"winters
"that was a hard one" winters
"that was a long one" winters
But we have emerged at what feels like the other end
And the sun is burning on through
Happy presque-Spring from Ez to you.
Posted by Ezra Soiferman at 12:12 AM