Category Archives: Food
John Winterman, maitre d’ at Daniel restaurant in New York City, gives us “Eat This List: 5 reasons you (yes you) should embrace fine dining“.
Let’s say you have several cupboards. One such cupboard hides cannisters of forgotten, rarely-if-ever-used Coffee-mate brand powedered non-dairy creamer, a non-food foodstuff. Let’s further suppose that instead of just throwing said cannisters in the garbage, you wonder what one could … Continue reading
‘Top Chef Canada’ is back and we’re watching it; it was also our dinner time, and I decided to try something new (to me): oysters.
Although Ms. S. and I are clearly not unique in the following, it is one of those things we say or transform around each other that identifies us to ourselves: Wait, wait. I’m worried what you just heard was, “Give … Continue reading
Why? I have sourdough starter. I have some apples to get rid of. Option? Sourdough Latvian Apple Cake. Will I do it? Not today; there are simpler ways to get rid of a few apples. But it does look delicious … Continue reading
If there’s a group I’ve enjoyed ridiculing this year, it’s all those related to the quacktastic Weston A. Price Foundation, such as Sally Fallon and her book “Nourishing Traditions”, as well as Dr. Mercola. These are easy targets.
Ms. S. worked an extra shift and sleeps mightily. For breakfast/brunch she gets a waffle; since Clinton at the least and a certain Doonsbury strip we taken “to waffle” as synonymous with “to flip flop”, “to vacillate”; and the waffle … Continue reading
Today it’s a reflection on Friday, in particular burgers and entertainment. I wanted to write, briefly but introspectively, about Feynman, inspiration, and a dynamic between learning and doing, but I got distracted by ‘bad’ 90s movies.