8 oz. ground beef 8 oz. ground pork 1/2 lb. sweet Italian sausages stripped of their casing 2/3 cup fine breadcrumbs 1/2 cup grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese 1/4 cup chopped Italian parsley 1/4 cup chopped mint 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 egg pinch of salt pinch of black pepper Combine all ingredients in a large bowl except for the egg, salt and black pepper. In a separate bowl, beat the egg with a fork, then season to taste with salt […]
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Clicking on the tiles in the mosaic will bring up a slideshow of high-resolution photographs. Enjoy the pix.
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Once upon a time, there was a hobbit who lived in a city full of glass towers. And the hobbit swore to himself that he’d move to San Francisco back in 2005. He just needed to buckle down and get it done. But life happened as it always does, especially when you’ve got plans. He worked a lot and lived the life of a bachelor. Then he discovered food-blogging and created the site you’re reading now. 😉 Occasionally he’d meet […]
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Cooking — whether it’s for myself or for someone else — is how I relax when I get home from work. Other people play video games or watch TV to unwind; not in my house. Cooking is meditative. It’s a way for me to let the cares of the day slip away while I treat myself right. As usual, clicking on any of the tiles in the mosaic below will bring up a slideshow of high-resolution photographs.
Clicking on any of the tiles in the mosaic below will bring up a slideshow of high-resolution photographs. They’re random pix I took while I was gallivanting around San Francisco a couple of weeks ago. 😉 Corned beef hash, fried egg, challah toast Rainbow chard, anchovy, pine nuts Grilled cheese toastie open-faced sandwich with pancetta and caramelized onion, at Cowgirl Creamery in the Ferry Building
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I’m starting to write again. A little history first: back in 2000, I applied to The New School so I could obtain my MFA degree in creative writing. I was declined because either the substance or body of my work was deemed to be insufficient at the time. You could say that I’ve been a slacker ever since. Unfortunately, I don’t know exactly what to write about, so for now, I’m keeping it limited to this blog. As some of […]
Some people unwind after a long day at work by lounging in front of the television. Making something delicious to eat for dinner is what I do. I believe that when you cook, you have to be fearless. Try something new that you haven’t done before. After all, as Julia Child once said, “If you make a mistake and you are alone in your kitchen, who is going to know?” Clicking any of the tiles below will call up a […]