Tom Mohrman reviews Café Nordo’s latest mélange of food and theater.
Category Archives: Food
We learned this lesson in Portland from our daughter: It’s one thing to see the full boxes, to see the food that’s being given. It’s another thing to see the hunger. Tamiko Nimura gets back to basics.
Thoughtful communities should always value judgment over opinion. Popularity is not a judgment and should never concern anyone thinking about what is beautiful. Push come to shove, I will always encourage what is beautiful over what is popular.
Edith Buxbaum: she also liked to cook.
So here we are, the end of the pantry-stocking world. It’s all about the dried goods. It may not seem that exciting but let me tell you, when the world collapses these are the items that are going to save your life.
Part 3 of Violet Séverine Blanchard’s guide to getting your pantry in order.
Okay, you’ve accumulated all the spices you need. Now what? Violet Séverine Blanchard schools you on the wet stuff: oils for fattiness and vinegars for acidity and flavor.
From the kitchen of Inga Muscio comes the miscegenation of tuna, dolphins and hale fucken kale salad. The offspring are neither animal, vegetable or mineral, yet still worthy of contemplation.
Are you one of those people who complain about how expensive it is to cook for themselves? Or perhaps you have a friend who says that all the time. I say to you (or your sad, hungry friend), that’s nonsense! The problem is this, beginner cook. You don’t have a stocked pantry.
Kale is heartier, arguably healthier and has a lot more versatality than lettuce. It is so good for you, you almost become a pristine naked hippie doing yoga on the beach in Maui after just one bite. And it’s magically delicious. Flavor can’t be beat.