sophisticated essays and reviews + recipes for the average Joe/Joanna
recipes that are easy to understand and follow with yummy and filling results. reviews that are cynical yet fair. ranty essays that are fun to read.
Why You’ll Love Us
There is no one writing about food and culture today, with my particular collection of attributes and experience. On the surface: I’m picky, eccentric and educated/sophisticated in my taste. (read: a bit of an intellectual snob.) Dig a little deeper and you’ll find that I’m also nostalgic, forward-thinking and gentle (also obsessed with dismantling the details) with my fixations on certain material that excels, and sometimes transcends boundaries. I want you to enjoy and find use in what you read here, and I think you will.
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Check These Out
- Uncut Gems (2019) – Dir: Josh Safdie (Heaven Knows What) and Benny SafdieAdam Sandler disappears into the role of young, Jewish hustler and degenerate gambler, Howard Ratner, with big dreams and a sharp mind. A wife who loathes him and doesn’t understand him, but his kids love him. His girlfriend is in … Read more
- cheesy chicken and pea risotto with mushrooms recipeThe trickiest thing about cooking a risotto is that you have to stand over it, stirring, the entire time you’re cooking it. You can’t walk away from it. Other than that it is a lot simpler than you may think. … Read more
- yemista (Greek-ish) – stuffed tomatoes (and peppers – optional)first attempt, not too bad #uglydelicious serves 3-5 (with possible leftovers) max: 2hrs to cook + 30mins prep time: ingredients 8-10 large tomatoes – ripe 50g butter 2 tbsp olive oil 3-4 potatoes (optional) 1 large onion (finely diced) 1 tsp … Read more