Columbus, as the locals all know, has a fast growing number of food carts and food trucks. PK loves Foodie Cart. Sweet people. Tasty, creative crepes. And a devoted following. We sampled the two sweet crepes, not having room for the Tigertree BLT with E&C. Sigh. Next time, hopefully. The Azuki Stick was filled… Read More Japanese Crepes from Foodie Cart
Poseidon is somewhat of a world traveler. After spending some time in Slovenia, he brought back with him a delightful way to incorporate turkey into a weekly menu. He first came across this dish at the restaurant Julija on Ljublijana’s Main Square. It’s a very typical and traditional Slovene dish, but with Italian notes (after all,… Read More Thursday Night Turkey, via Slovenia
When I first saw Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation, it took me somewhere I’d never been. Those beautiful shots, that dreamy music, the insomnia, discovery and wistful alienation not only transported me to Tokyo, but somehow soothed me as well. I think Bob and Charlotte might’ve shared a dish like this one night between pachinko… Read More At the Noodle Bar with Mr. Bob Harris
I knew it was game day, I just didn’t make the traditional food for it. This is a novel spread for fall football entertaining because (well, it features lamb, but also!) each of these can be served either hot or room temperature. If it’s not your thing, give these dishes a try on a fall weekend when your favorite team has a bye.
First, tagine of lamb (we used lovely little lamb chops).… Read More Gameday in the Underworld | Lamb Tagine