Food

A collection of 7 posts

Variations

At The Washington Post, [https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/many-call-it-smelly-and-vile-but-give-this-fruit-a-chance-or-three/2019/11/27/2372093e-1130-11ea-b0fc-62cc38411ebb_story.html] Virgil Thomson, via Oanh Ngo Usadi, suggests a variation on the "die three times [https://mikeschultz.ghost.

Robo-chef?

> At the restaurant Spyce, dishes are whipped up by a robotic chef built by four recent M.I.T. grads, with input from Daniel Boulud: https://t.co/PEloyDldtr pic.twitter.com/ZxuJN8wvIh

Deserves Note and Attention

> A message for @JeffBezos [https://twitter.com/JeffBezos]! pic.twitter.com/8gOEeW011F [https://t.co/8gOEeW011F] — Alice Waters (@AliceWaters) June 16, 2017 [https://twitter.com/AliceWaters/status/875863664170909696]

Wrap Up

Clafouti was quite pleasant. Just having to write it wasn't a hot fudge sundae confirms it isn't an American (peach cobbler?) dessert. I wish I would have made more—I was spooked by

The Main Attraction

Dinner was Poulets Grilles A La Diable and Haricots Verts A La Provencale. In a word, Wow! Choosing a main course was the most difficult and disappointing part of the whole process. While

Pain Francais

Out in the kitchen there are three nice-looking loaves of French Bread just starting their final rise before going to the oven. I started putting them together at about 9:00 this morning.