The most notable thing I ate yesterday wasn’t particularly good. I met a friend for lunch at Applebee’s and ordered their Apple Walnut Chicken salad, which I found to be both bland to look at and bland to eat, except for the overly tart chunks of green apple. That’s what I get for trying to… Read More
Archives for April 2010
Yesterday’s meals were good, if uninspired. The usual oatmeal breakfast was followed by leftover corn and bacon soup from dinner Monday night. Dinner was opening night for our favorite grilled hot dogs (Boar’s Head all beef) accompanied by roasted potato wedges and kale. But the high point for me may have been the Seriously Seedy… Read More
“But when I sold my first chocolate truffles in the early 1970s, take-out food was pizza or Americanized Chinese food or, in some cities, Jewish or Italian food from a delicatessen. Coffee had the strength of dishwater and cheese was always orange.” Alice Medrich in “Bittersweet, Recipes ad Tales from a Life in Chocolate
Last week I went out to lunch with a friend to celebrate her birthday. This was a perfect lunch. Healthy protein, carbs, and veggies in one attractive package, and all very tasty.
Yesterday I ate a lot of good things. I’m particularly proud of this dish because it helped use up an ingredient sitting around in my refrigerator. Remember that garlic/herb butter I bought for the clams last week? Yesterday I used a pat to make a fried egg for lunch. Such a simple way to turn… Read More
As the tagline of this blog says, I’m always looking for something good to eat. I often share stories with you, my readers, about food that scientists discover are good or not so good for you to eat. Sometimes I talk about food we’ve cooked at home that’s really good or really bad to eat.… Read More
As far as the short ABC network series is concerned, tonight was the end of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. Which seems like a pity to me. Because without the program and Jamie’s passionate rants, are Americans still going to care about the food they feed to their children? In tonight’s program it was depressing to… Read More
I’ve seen many signs in the media that we are becoming a food and health conscious society. You can see it in the growth of CSA memberships (Community Supported Agriculture), production of movies like “Food Inc.”, and the success of shows like Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. There’s now rumors of a television show featuring food… Read More
“We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons.” – Alfred E. Neuman
You can tell just by looking how fresh and tasty these clams would be.