Cheeseburgers For Christmas! Yes, thanks to my Sister-In-Law, I have another “Cheeseburger” ornament for my Christmas tree! It’s just the latest in my “hanging food bulb” collection! Want to see? A “Strip Of Bacon” Christmas Tree Ornament! Yes, I have… Read More ›
Meet “The Sorcerer’s Apprentices”! Wednesday’s Bookmobile Cooks With el Bulli’s Amazing Molecular Magic!
Bite Into A Starburst Sunrise! While this looks like a spectacular image from outer space, it’s not a solar system, it’s food! Time to board Wednesday’s Bookmobile and celebrate the molecular wizardry of Chef Ferran Adria! Chef Adria’s Molecular Magic!… Read More ›
Best Chicken In Paris? Le Coq Rico Made Its Case And I Bit Down On Their Bird! A Bonus Windmill Greets You As Well!
“Either the best meat or no meat at all.” — Chef Antoine Westermann With that simple motto, the terrific restaurant Le Coq Rico was born in 2012 in the Montmartre district of Paris. Le Coq Rico sits on top of… Read More ›
Celebrating The Voice Of A Food Lover And Writer… Every Wednesday, I take my Bookmobile on the road to look at new fiction, classic literature, travel guides, candid memoirs and more…today, I want to share the words of a gifted… Read More ›
Iconic Paris Dining With Nicholson, Keaton and Keanu! “Dinner And A Movie” From The Legendary Le Grand Colbert! “Something’s Gotta Give”!
How About A Meal With These Stars? This edition of “Dinner And A Movie” travels to Paris to dine with Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton and Keanu Reeves. Well, they weren’t there when I was, but I ate in the same… Read More ›
Wednesday’s Bookmobile Has Your Lucky $$$ Fortune Cookie! “Searching For General Tso”! A Terrific Chop Suey Saga!
This Fortune Cookie Can Make You A MILLIONAIRE! Got your attention, didn’t I? Well, it’s true! I will tell you how in just a moment. First, take a look at this Chop Suey: a classic Chinese food…or is it? And… Read More ›
The Amazing Culinary World Of TV Dinners! The Wednesday Bookmobile Meets Mr. Birdseye! The Man Behind Frozen Meals! Great Food Writing!
Who Needs A Hot Meal And A Great TV Show? Sixty-three years ago, two great American traditions were changed forever: watching TV and eating dinner. Thanks to the invention of the “TV dinner”, Americans could step away from the stove… Read More ›