It was a blustery day at the Hanley house.
Monthly Archive: November 2014
Will Truman doesn’t find the Victorian custom of taking portraits of dead bodies to actually be all that strange. This post is very, very unrelated to the Food Symposium.
Via Shane Harris, on the resignation of defense secretary Chuck Hagel: “Hagel wasn’t brought in to tackle these crises, and some defense sources say he simply wasn’t up to it. The presumption at the...
When a love of food and the desire to share it with others becomes the newest motivation for a lifetime’s pursuit.
Major Zed reads us tomorrow’s news, today.
No kneading, no special equipment, and less than ten minutes labor.
Tod’s method for making bread is the perfect gourmet recipe for someone that has never set foot in a kitchen before in their life… and for everyone else , too.
Notes Remember that last review, when I got super – and perhaps unreasonably – pissed about Lorelai’s treatment of Sookie? I’m about to do that again. “Concert Interruptus” Sookie cooked a beautiful meal for...
More grist for the mill, from dhex.
Robert Greer looks at the darker side of food and public policy.
Katherine breaks down “Voices of Authority” for us.
This Friday, 11/28. Be there or be square.
Today we crossed a small milestone in the Montauk Catamaran Company boat shop.
Car companies have a history of mocking us for wanting luxury and then later selling it to us at a premium.
Guest writer Gabriel Conroy’s thoughts start with this:
“There’s something wrong about a law that forbids or curtails people’s mobility.”
Saul DeGraw responds to Tod Kelly about why experts and democracy are often very messy affairs and don’t really mix well.
Two men enter. One man leaves.
The OT Food Symposium gives Kazzy the perfect platform to tell you how wrong you are about your favorite foods.