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rosy's gastronomy notepad

I have a deathly fear of heights but talk about a memorable dining experience. A Dinner in the Sky. If you had the opportunity of suspending yourself several stories high during a meal, where would you go? I think the City of Lights would be pretty romantic.

Another quiet night this weekend.  Currently enjoying a cafe latte at one of my favorite cafes— LAMILL  Coffee in Silver Lake and catching up on unfinished business.
My camera broke last weekend during a night of karaoke so I took this pick of dinner with my webcam. I swear this tastes better than it looks up there! Yay for springtime vegetables!
brown rice fusilli tossed in sauteed asparagas, green peas, onion, garlic + lemon zest, parmesan, olive oil, poached egg

Another quiet night this weekend. Currently enjoying a cafe latte at one of my favorite cafes— LAMILL Coffee in Silver Lake and catching up on unfinished business.

My camera broke last weekend during a night of karaoke so I took this pick of dinner with my webcam. I swear this tastes better than it looks up there! Yay for springtime vegetables!

brown rice fusilli tossed in sauteed asparagas, green peas, onion, garlic + lemon zest, parmesan, olive oil, poached egg

On another level. This place.

For all the Bay Area folks…
Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world. —Howard Zinn

For all the Bay Area folks…

Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world. —Howard Zinn

Now I won’t have to look stupid asking what each menu item is at the cafe!

Now I won’t have to look stupid asking what each menu item is at the cafe!

(Source: systems)

Creamy, Brothy, Hearty, Earthy
The Minimalist may be gone but the lovable Mark Bittman isn’t, along with his philosophy that you can cook anything! He reappears in The Times magazine with this useful guide on customizable soups and the beautiful soup matrix above. Aside from an upcoming show on the Cooking Channel (!!!), Mr. Bittman also has a thought-provoking Opinion column focusing on what he calls “eaters rights”; topics on sustainability, humane farming, and the politics around sound eating. I think I may have a mild obsession with the man. He’s funny, too. Mr. Bittman is simply rad.

Creamy, Brothy, Hearty, Earthy

The Minimalist may be gone but the lovable Mark Bittman isn’t, along with his philosophy that you can cook anything! He reappears in The Times magazine with this useful guide on customizable soups and the beautiful soup matrix above. Aside from an upcoming show on the Cooking Channel (!!!), Mr. Bittman also has a thought-provoking Opinion column focusing on what he calls “eaters rights”; topics on sustainability, humane farming, and the politics around sound eating. I think I may have a mild obsession with the man. He’s funny, too. Mr. Bittman is simply rad.