“Inside Silvana Mondo, Silvana Vukadin-Hoitt’s Tennyson Street art and antiques gallery, a low table surrounded by five cushioned stools that are barely higher than the floor itself awaits a group of guests, the tabletop set with a spread of dates, almonds, Turkish delight, a bottle of Bosnian sljivovic plum brandy, fresh baklava and savory pastries piled onto oval platters. The centerpiece is a tall brass implement that resembles an ornate peppermill but which Vukadin-Hoitt tells us is actually a coffee grinder from Bosnia that she uses to create the powder-fine grounds needed for Turkish coffee.”….

Read the rest of this lovely piece about the gallery from @MarkAntonation Here