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!

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3 comments:

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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