Monthly Archive: September, 2012

Fish & Friends, notes

You know when they have a fishing show on TV? They catch the fish and then let it go. They don’t want to eat the fish, they just want to make it late… Continue reading

Salumi, defined

“As Life’s pleasures go, food is second only to sex.  Except for salami and eggs.  Now that’s better than sex.  But only if the salami is thickly sliced.” -Alan King, Comedian Thought: If… Continue reading

Raw Red Abalone

The taste of Abalone, namely, its taste in proportion to its astronomical price, was a bewilderment to my childhood days as a Kumon arithmetimagician!  Upwards of $75USD/ pound gross weight, a single abalone… Continue reading

Maine Lobster Dumplings

Lately, I’ve been trying to stock my freezer with things other than hotpockets and frozen corn dogs.  Hungry Man Meals just aren’t cutting it anymore.  It’s nice to have something always on hand… Continue reading

Phoken good Pho (recipe)

If you were to come and tell me that there were a better Mac and Cheese than Kraft’s Cheesiest, I’d send you to the mental institution.  You Crazy!  The Mac and Cheese I… Continue reading

Maine Lobsters in the Fish House

The other day, I went to the largest distributorship of Maine Lobsters on the West Coast, and toured the magnificent, home-depot sized facility.  The processing plant calls for its own on-site USDA Inspector… Continue reading

San Francisco Eating

“Reading goes faster if you don’t sweat comprehension. -Calvin from Calvin & Hobbes   Once in a while I’ll take a trip and eat around a city.  Nothing was killed on this 2 day… Continue reading

Planning / behind the scenes p1

link to dinner menu here: The planning behind my meals generally supports to one goal: to provide the highest quality ingredients [with the vast majority mainly] from the wild, in order for others… Continue reading