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Monthly Archives: September 2010
Tweet There are a lot of times when I really want breakfast and brunch foods at off times, though most of the time I end up not going through with it. This little potato and fried egg was in fact … finish reading Fried Eggs and Orange Pepper Hash
Tweet Taking pictures at fancy restaurants. I’m sure that countless people have written a blog on this exact same subject, but I’m curious to get any recent opinions on the subject. Food blogs pop up every day and with them … finish reading The Awkward Picture
Tweet This probably sounds like a broken record, but when I see short ribs on a menu, I am often inclined to order them. Not always, but they are always so tender, succulent and juicy and surrender at the presence … finish reading Short Ribs Braised in Red Wine
Tweet After almost a year of existance, the Carnivore and the Vegetarian has now found a logo. Elias Stern, of Elias Z. Stern Design, helped create the image you see at the top of this blog and this post. Elias … finish reading New Logo for the Carnivore and the Vegetarian
Tweet Ok, so I’ve made gnocchi on this blog before, more specifically, butternut squash gnocchi with sage and butter sauce. However, while good, it wasn’t the delectable pillows that I have had at various Italian restaurants in the past. Those … finish reading Potato Gnocchi with Arugula Pesto
Tweet Take a look, its I’m in a book, its Foodies of the World. I wonder if anyone just got my horrible ‘Reading Rainbow‘ reference, sorry, I’ll refrain from those from now on for the rest of this post. Anyway, … finish reading I'm in a Book: 'Foodies of the World'
Tweet Ok, so just this morning I discovered it was “National Hug a Vegetarian Day.” Guess what? My wife is a vegetarian, which you would probably know if you’ve visited my blog before. So, if you know any vegetarians, vegans, … finish reading Weekly Blog Roundup & National Hug a Vegetarian Day