Monthly July, 2009
Today is a special day in the short life of my blog. I have been honored with an invitation to a potluck. For today’s big spread, I am linked to 30 of the most interesting, diverse food bloggers, all for a common cause. In the virtual world, all of us are making a recipe from
Vegetarians are in the minority, so it often happens that we end up watching food shows and reading food mags that are not really intended for us. We learn to sort out the things we can use, and not take too much personally. Listening to chefs wax poetic about lardo and foie gras doesn’t bother
I had one of those flash back moments the other day at the Coop. The store had just opened. A man who looked vaguely familiar had entered before me, and caught my eye because he was acting rather pushy to the worker there. As I rolled my cart nearby, I gathered that he wanted the
My latest copy of Food and Wine magazine arrived this week, bearing a little gift. As I was leafing through, reading a little here and a little there, I came upon one of those photo spreads, of a gorgeous meal in a breathtaking old French farmhouse. Like Bon Appetit, Gourmet, or Saveur, any upscale food
In The British Journal of Cancer, a new pair of studies have been published that gives the veg diet a bit of a thumbs up.
Remember school food? Little aluminum trays filled with steaming rubber meatballs in greasy orange tomato sauce, or the enigmatic Salisbury Steak? It was enough to make a vegetarian out of the bravest diner. I grew up eating the school lunch, and can even attest to having worked in a public school food service kitchen for