Monthly Archives November 2007

The Unluckiest Sous-chef Ever

The Unluckiest Sous-chef Ever
Wow. I can’t believe this is a real PSA. I was going to actually post the video directly, but was so horrified I couldn’t bring myself to do it. You’ve been warned.]]>

Stir-fried Wikipedia

Stir-fried Wikipedia
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Riding the V Line: Guinea Pig on Roosevelt Avenue is that a head?

Riding the V Line: Guinea Pig on Roosevelt Avenue is that a head?]]>

Bacon Butter

Bacon Butter
Oh my.]]>

Matamoros, Closed?!

Matamoros, Closed?!
Say it ain’t so! Now we have to go to some taco truck run by a racist shithead hipster who says his food is better than your average taco because it’s less skanky? Wtf. My (admittedly cranky, kneejerk) prediciton? The tacos will be more expensive than Matamoros’ and not as good.]]>

Ten Gift-Worthy Bourbons

Ten Gift-Worthy Bourbons
If anyone’s wondering what to get me for Christmas, this list would be a great place to start looking. Best quote:  “Tastes like home, not that my parents are alcoholics,”]]>

Questionable snack round-up

Questionable snack round-up
Scroll down for the snacks.]]>

A Shrine to Pig Feet Opens in the West Village

A Shrine to Pig Feet Opens in the West Village
“The specialty is pig feet (known in Japanese as tonsoku); in fact, these porcine extremities occur in 33 of the 39 dishes on the menu—and of the six that don’t contain pig feet, three are desserts.”]]>

Dr Vino’s wine blog » green wine

Dr Vino’s wine blog » green wine

Blog posts on wine and its impact on the environment. Especially interesting is the recent series on the carbon footprint of different wine choices. For example, it’s better, generally, for east coasters to drink imported european wines than those that come from places like California. Or something like [...]

Fast Food Restaurants & Nutrition Facts Compared

Fast Food Restaurants & Nutrition Facts Compared
While it’s something of a fool’s errand to look for the healthiest fast-food options, this collection of charts is good information, well organized, and clearly presented. Interesting to see that Burger King’s “no salt added” fries have almost twice as much as McDonald’s normal fries.]]>