Rounding up 2014, because that seems like the only appropriate thing to do at this point, it seems that avocados and eggs haven't exactly been my thing despite that donburi which may well be one of the highlights of the year. At least for me, 2014 has unfurled into a series of flirtations with NaCl and… Continue reading salt and bovine cellulite
all in eh?
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma, which is living with the result of other peoples' thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition." -Steve Jobs It's… Continue reading all in eh?
honey makes it hot
Parents are such sources of wisdom. Even if they're fuzzy on the mechanics of things, they know the outcome. I guess, most of the time, that's enough to help a kid grow up without slicing their hands open, putting a crater in their cranium, or in my case, scorching off my entire palate. For that,… Continue reading honey makes it hot
Ain’t No Outrunning the Potato
Under normal circumstances I'm calm and umm... perhaps disconnected (not sure it's the right word, but that's not remotely important). ANYWAYS, oh my foodness gracious I can' t wait to share this salad with you. And for you meat-and-potato guys out there, yeah you, I'm feeling pretty solid on this one. I mean, filled with crispy roasted… Continue reading Ain’t No Outrunning the Potato
They were white, then yellow, and finally brown
Winter is forcing me into a corner slowly. But it's not annoying or boring - almost as if it's challenging me. Its eyes, with the shimmer of an icicle dangling from the edge of a roof and its tip catching a bursting ray of sun shooting past, catches mine. In a sort of playful intimidation… Continue reading They were white, then yellow, and finally brown
A Girl and Agar
Being should not require an explanation. I am who I am. You are who you are. He is who he is. It's very straight-forward, like conjugating verbs. In fact, there are more verbes (oops, excuse the french spelling...I tend to automatically go into french mode when I start thinking about grammaire and conjugasons) in this… Continue reading A Girl and Agar