Food writer/restaurant critic Gael Greene is selling off some of her belongings, or as she puts it, "I am forced to de-accession the overflow of my treasured collections." There's American folk art, a rather handsome rooster weathervane, vintage cooking tools, and a Victorian silver glove stretcher. "Yes," Greene admits. "I had eclectic passions." But yikes, she's also getting rid of 151 vintage issues of New York magazine, her previous employer for 34 years. $17 each. Is it that food writing doesn't pay? Not exactly. She writes, "[N]ow that the Road Food Warrior and I have moved out of the house in Aspen and sold the little church on the hill outside Woodstock, there just isn't room."
· For sale: vintage folk art, collectibles, early New York magazines [Insatiable Critic]
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