29 May 2011

Indirect Heat is moving to Massachusetts

Pride mountain

As Indirect Heat passes the two-year old mark, a recent opportunity is going to put Indirect Heat on the road. I've been offered a job at a synthetic biology startup in Boston, so off we go.

We leave behind a town that has an incredible array of ethnic grocers and 12 months-a-year smoking weather. We've roasted a whole pig, developed a tradition of 13-course New Year's dinners, consumed many, many quarts of homemade ice cream with our friends at work and acquainted ourselves with some pretty fabulous California wines.

We've made a lot of friends and had a lot of fun here over the last three years, both online and off. I confess, our departure is bittersweet. This is an incredible opportunity, and we have several dear friends in Boston. But leaving behind our California friends (and my baby lemon tree) was a hard choice.

And while there may be fewer posts the next few weeks while we move our household cross-country, stay tuned.  I foresee lobster and clams in our future.

Cooked clams for clam chowder

Soon to be dinner

Thanks, San Diego!  And see you soon, Boston!



Kirk said...

Congrats on the new job, and good luck with the move!

Bbq Dude said...

Thanks, Kirk!

Jeff said...

Good, luck, I have loved your blog as a local resource, and I look forward to seeing future NE creations. Again good luck and congratulations!

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