Your life is as big as you live it. Eggs, crispy pork ribs, Frank’s red hot, and guacamole. This is the start of a blogging experiment. While the longer form pieces on food and cooking will be over at Spoon & Knife, the rest of the food I make – all the day-to-day stuff, the […]
Three things came together in the making of tonight’s dinner: I spotted Rancho Gordo Flageolet beans at Revival Market the other day while getting food ready for Thanksgiving, so I bought a pound; I had a leftover turkey leg (drumstick + thigh) from Thanksgiving – browned, then braised, then roasted and fall-off-the-bone delicious – that […]
How I went shopping and accidentally told the story of me.
I’m surprised and thrilled at the response I’ve gotten to my last post about why I feel it’s important to support your local newspaper (for me, the Houston Chronicle). Because I’m also getting to know Haiku Deck on the iPad more, I’ve recast the last post as a presentation below. Enjoy. [EDIT: Like I said, […]
So, I now subscribe to the Houston Chronicle. All-digital edition – saving a few trees, but as I thought about it today, it was important to me that I do, and important I explain why. First, I believe there is still a strong need for accountable, responsible, ethical journalism. People who break the news fast, […]