From the NY Times. and a scene I painted taken from a photo taken by a pal of mine, Mike Farmer. It’s at Kreuz Market in Lockhart, TX Advertisements Continue reading TEXAS MONTHLY now has a barbecue editor!
From deepest Bavaria! With an ox, too! That might cheer up the wingeing chaps.. Continue reading A real beer festival..
Come on.. I wish CHETTI’S COW AND CLAM was still around. Everything’s getting so hoity-toity; por ejemplo, a craft beer joint in this burg called SEDONA. That’s the Sausalito of the desert southwest.Think New Hope, PA. Too cute for words. And alien power loci, too. Go to Roswell if you want *aliens*.. Where can a normal person get a dozen steamers like you could at … Continue reading This bourgeois eating stuff has to stop!
I guess a flaneuse can’t be a foodie. Continue reading At the corner of Proust & Powell:
Nummers! “It melts in your mouth, and tastes like lamb sweetbread,” she said, as she made her way though a crowd of ecstatic seekers after delicacies prepared from tripe, lamb testicles, and the organs of lamb, veal and pigs. NYTimes Oct 27, 2010 Continue reading Feast of Innards Nourishes French Nostalgia
Friday night was my last night in Kansas City. We went to the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art to have dinner at Café Sebastienne. We ate before going to the galleries, Oona ordering a dirty martini and I a local pale ale. We ordered a watermelon, tomato, & goat cheese salad and mussels cooked in coconut milk curry. Here is evidence of how good it … Continue reading Sebastienne at the Kemper.
I’m in Kansas City. They open at 5:00 AM. Richmond’s Farmer’s markets are for lazy slackers. Continue reading Real Farmer’s Markets