Masters of a Cuisine by Calling, not Roots – NYTimes.com. I posted this because one day, in the not-so-distant future, I want to travel through Vietnam and all over southeast Asia gathering recipes and stories. Papaya Thief Goes Global?
Posted in Restaurant, Review, Travel
Tagged cambodia, Mexican, new York, pok pok, Portland, thai cooking, thailand, travel, Vietnam, vietnamese
I’ve been in between a few things, hence the infrequent posts. Lately, food-wise, I’ve only been eating soft-boiled eggs with avocado toast. Or for dinner the other night, I used Mark’s laser clams (razor) for some delicious pasta with bacon … Continue reading
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I’ve been in Arizona during my little break, cooking once in a while. We had a couple little dinner parties, and last night I made dinner for the parents and Aunt Caroline and cousin Brent. I’m ready to get back … Continue reading
I’d like to hang out and travel with Steve Sando some day. What a life. http://ranchogordo.typepad.com/
My vacation is coming to an end, but I am full of noodles. This was one of the best meals I’ve had in a long time. A simple bowl of tonkotsu ramen – a milky pork stock-based bowl of noodles … Continue reading
Posted in Pork, Review, Soup, Stocks, Travel
Tagged Amtrak, goat cheese, japanese, lamb, pork, ramen, Seattle, tonkotsu, train