This week, I’m not going to cook (sigh, yes, it’s been another hard-working week). Instead, I’m going to acquaint you with some other food blogs out there in the great kitchen of cyberspace.
There are a bewildering variety of flogs, as I call food blogs. Thousands, I imagine. Read more
I don’t need music, lobster or wine
Whenever your eyes look into mine;
The things I long for are simple and few:
A cup of coffee, a sandwich-and you!
An American author called Billy Rose said that. Read more
Five years ago, I gave my in-laws a really hard time.
They were going to the US — as they often do to meet their son — and asked what they should get me.
“A bamboo steamer,” I said, prompted no doubt by some dumplings I had (I don’t really remember) recently. Read more
Readers of this blog will know how much I love fish.
I can eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner (and in between).
Growing up, I never knew how to cook vegetarian food. To this day, if we’re getting vegetarians for a meal, my mother shuffles around nervously and overcompensates by flooding the table with greens and salads.
Yet, today, I have my wife’s permission to say a vegetarian won’t feel uncomfortable in our home. The wife’s vegetarian, and after a nervy start I won over her stomach (The heart, obviously, followed). Read more