Category: Food

One of my favorite dinners

Fall is one of the best times of the year because it is when I get to eat some of my favorite foods. So tonight, Kat and I made one of my favorite dishes for dinner. Baked cod with boiled yellow potatoes and sautéed brussel sprouts. Oh baby! Of course I forgot to snap a

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Making New Friends Over a Meal

I do not know how I missed this one, but GrubWith.us is a social dining website that lets you join a table of strangers at a highlighted restaurant. So, basically, you go to GrubWith.us, see a list of upcoming dinners at different restaurants, you can then buy a seat at any one that has a

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A Lesson from 90 Miles Cuban Cafe, Remove the Guidelines

Kat and I had a great experience at 90 Miles Cuban Cafe this afternoon that I think is the perfect example of what a great work environment can do for a business. We both recently went vegan so whenever we are eating somewhere new we always have a plethora of questions and today was no

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Burst Pipe at Whole Foods

In the middle of shopping at Whole Foods the fire alarm went off, freaking everyone out. It quickly was shut off and an announcement came on stating that it was just a test and that they apologized for the annoyance. Hmmm…. Ok. So we went up to the garage to our car and this is

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Camcorder on Sushi Conveyor Belt

Watch the people’s reactions as a camera makes the rounds at a local sushi restaurant in Tomakomai, Hokkaido, Japan. – patora911 This is actually a very interesting video of someone who placed a video camera on a conveyor belt at a sushi bar; As the belt moves around, the camera records the diners. Some take

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Our Disconnection and Disrespect for Food. Jamie Oliver Says No More.

Food is precious. Life is precious. So I applaud Jamie Oliver’s recent televised “gala dinner” where he slaughtered a chicken in front of his guests “to awaken British consumers to the high costs of cheap chicken” (nytimes article). Food should be respected and we need to be more connected to it. The standards for food,

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Kashian’s (Armenian) Rice Pilaf

The one thing I could always count on growing up was rice pilaf. Holidays. Thanksgiving. Family parties. There was always huge patches of this family staple ready to be devoured. I’d pile this dish onto my plate and throw a few cheese boeregs on top and I would be set. My friends got through college

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