Monday, February 28, 2011

Old School...

There are times, friends, when one has to tuck one's pants in. No matter what they say in NYC.


Sunday, February 27, 2011

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Pork fat Pizza

Today at Serious Eats:


"The griddle-cooked Sicilian flatbread-style pizza at Otto is adorned with thin, semi-translucent ribbons of sliced lardo and finished with chopped rosemary and fruity olive oil. The ethereal ribbons melt gently into the warm pizza crust, acting something like a glorious animal butter."

And I quote: Glorious animal butter.


God have mercy on us all.

Pig House


I am told there are no pigs there these days. Which is too bad, given my love of pork in (almost) all forms.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Maybe She Was Right About my Vanity...

Upon Apparel by John Bunyan (From poetryfoundation.org)

XVI. Upon Apparel.
God gave us Cloaths to hide our Nakedness,
And we by them, do it expose to View.
Our Pride, and unclean Minds, to an excess,
By our Apparel we to others shew.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

RND

Some stuff I haven't got around to sharing yet, in no particular order...


More Inside....

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

"Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"

Surely, in North American culture, the apple pie is the King of pies, Emperor or all Tartes. Arguably, here, in Qu├ębec, the tarte au sucre deserves mention, and of course, the pecan pie is, as always, a dark horse.
But, Gentle Reader, I have had apple pie my mind, on account of having been served it over the weekend, at the end of what had to be one of the most enjoyable family meals (outside of my own family, of course) I've had the pleasure of attending in quite some time. And so, I set out, as it is, of course, the Year of the Pie, to make, for the first time in my life, apple pie.
Behold!

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Sunday, February 13, 2011

What I Ate Last Week Some Time (a special edition of WIAT)

Sometimes it's hard to make everything come together at once. Life, academics, friends, family, work. Blogging. It all takes time. Luckily, there are hamburgers to take the edge off...

More after the click...