Tag: Dining

When God’s Butter Meets the Devil’s Water

My wife and I are staring at two hollow beef bones. The marrow formerly nestled in their canals were scooped, spread on crostini, and devoured less than a minute ago, and we’re talking about its flavor with the reminiscent fondness typically reserved for morsels enjoyed long ago. The bones symbolize the approximate halfway point of

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Meaningful Food: Contemplating the Generation Gap of Dining

“I used to be ‘with it’, but then they changed what ‘it’ was. Now what I’m with isn’t ‘it’, and what’s ‘it’ seems weird and scary to me. It’ll happen to you…” –Abe Simpson I have long considered myself to be a garden variety food snob. I enjoy voicing my disdain for chain restaurants that

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