In which I learned about the Victorian-era contraption to guarantee straight cucumbers. You’ll never look at an English cucumber the same way again.
Some random thoughts on apples.
The perfect trifecta of place, memory, and meal at Vancouver’s Liliget Feast House.
The best thing I ever ate in 1991 was the Caesar salad from Rojo’s. There is, of course, a story about it. . .
Van Gogh evidently thought Gauguin was an excellent cook. I wonder what he made?
Wisdom, not just recipes, can be found in the Joy of Cooking.