I bought the household a cookbook for Christmas.
This was (is) part of the household’s new year’s resolutions, which include eating better and other nerdier ones which we’ll get to later.
The cookbook is Mark Bittman’s How To Cook Everything, and two months out I think I can safely say it’s been a great . . . → Read More: My new culinary hero
Well, MY week’s been crazy busy. How about yours?
I can’t tell you what part of the busy-ness is in reference to except that it involves reviewing and will eventually be online somewhere else, I hope. But even aside from that, I’ve had an ill relative to tend, and of course about a million . . . → Read More: Judging a fake by its cover
Lately, I have been finding myself with the urge to…revisit. I am sure there is a more elegant way of saying this. Probably in French, which has also given us such fantastic idioms as “l’esprit de escalier” – which means literally “the spirit of the staircase, I believe. What does it mean? “That thing . . . → Read More: The Oz Project