Cherry picking in Oregon’s Hood River Valley. (From the New York Times via Megnut).
Who says big government can’t deliver? Grover Norquist, eat your heart out.
Handy wallet guide to let you know what icky stuff you’re getting with that bell pepper from Safeway.
I wonder what extra-terrestial foods might we humans subjugate and cultivate in solar systems elsewhere?
The survival of the human race depends on its ability to find new homes elsewhere in the universe because there’s an increasing risk that a disaster will destroy the Earth, world-renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking said Tuesday.
That’s quite a leap of faith. Perhaps there exists an animal more tasty than the cow. Zagat’s would need to hire a thousand Arthur Dents.
The Amateur Gourmet, who is becoming my favorite food blogger, drags his boyfriend to an old-skool chophouse in NYC for some 26 ounce mutton chops. Notice the throwback “amuse-buche” of olives, carrot and celery sticks on ice with blue cheese dressing. Takes you back to day when the industrial military complex was yet a sparkle in America’s eyes.
New Alton Brown Show on Food Network: Feasting on Asphalt – “Brown embarks on a transient mission to find tasty edibles on the go.” Premiers July 29th.