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A Day for Adventure and a Kickass Sandwich

A Day for Adventure and a Kickass Sandwich

Today was the most beautiful day in San Francisco I’ve seen yet, and quite possibly the most beautiful day I’ve seen period. It was the sort of weather in which you’d be comfortable wearing just about anything (except for some ridiculous extreme like my hopefully never-to-be-used-again winter parka thing). 70 degrees and sunny. I’ve come … Continue reading

Beer Pairings + Mussels

Beer Pairings + Mussels

I had another food commentary piece published recently–this one’s a little different. I couldn’t get all I wanted to get in there what with word count constraints, but I’m sure I’ll be returning to the topic of beer/food pairings in the future. Here’s the link to the article: http://post.browndailyherald.com/2011/03/24/the-right-lager-for-your-broth/ I’m a big fan of the illustration. … Continue reading

Acorn Squash Alfredo

Acorn Squash Alfredo

This is Pete, my partner in crime I’m being published in a newspaper! Pretty cool. Here are some photos I took of the dish, and the piece can be found here: http://issuu.com/theindy/docs/indy_week_3_feb_24 (second-to-last spread)

Thoughts on Grilling

When I think of the summer time, I inevitably think of popsicles, sunburns, fireworks, the sound of lawnmowers, humidity that doubles the volume of my hair, and, of course, cookouts/BBQs. I think it’s really funny that grilling is the only stereotypical male form of cooking that exists, apart from maybe brewing one’s own beer. Despite … Continue reading

Fridgescapades

Fridgescapades

Upon our move-in, Spencer and I promptly began exploring the kitchen. We had some very basic spices, the aforementioned plethora of pasta and canned sauce, a sack of quinoa, and 6 cans of kidney beans. To be frank, we had a lot of random shit in the cabinets. The margarita mix came in handy, however. … Continue reading