Sometimes, you buy what appears to be an unfathomably enormous loaf of bread, and then, in order to not waste it, every meal is toast. Green tomatoes, avocado, and Maldon sea salt on toasted bread. Roasted butternut squash with cilantro on toasted bread.
Monthly Archives: November 2014
Fried mochi rice (you fan)
When Thanksgiving season rolls around, I get very strong and specific food cravings. It’s hard not to, since the weather’s just turned cool (well, cool for California anyways), and all my conversations inevitably turn to who’s making what delicious dishes this year. While my mom and I haven’t actually gotten a game plan yet (reminder to […]
Pirosmani in Brooklyn
After reading this account of a meal at Pirosmani in Sheepshead Bay, I became actually obsessed with the idea of eating Georgian food. I knew that it was destiny (or that I was really unhealthily obsessed) when, a few months later, I learned I was traveling to New York for work. After a bit of panic that […]
New York is for eating
About a month and a half ago, I went to New York for work, but I had the great fortune to also spend some extra time with friends and eat my way through as much of the city as possible. I wish that I had been able to stay for longer, but the one good […]