Monthly Archives: January 2007
. . . to see Notes on a Scandal. Cate Blanchett and Bill Nighy are excellent, but Judi Dench gives a jaw-dropping performance. Plus! It was filmed in London, in the house of a friend of a friend!
Macaroni Gratin by Keith McNally Comfort food is especially appealing at the moment, since it’s going to be SIX DEGREES tonight! (tags: recipes macaroni) Peanut Butter Ganache Cookies by Marian Burros Although I’m not a fan of the HUGE cookie, … Continue reading
chez pim: Tom Yum Goong (Hot and Sour Shrimp Soup) Off of cauliflower; on to Thai. (tags: Thai recipes shrimp) chez pim: Pad Thai for beginners Thai obsession, part 2. Long but descriptive and evocative. (tags: Thai recipes padthai) The … Continue reading
Today I’m in Chapel Hill, at a conference about medical and science blogging. Stay tuned for real news.
Art Buchwald has died. What a great life he led, not to mention a death that befit his quirky, fun personality. Read the obit in the NYT, where there is also a video conversation with him.
Cauliflower Soup with Gorgonzola – 101 Cookbooks I have recently resolved (note to self: remember this) to eat more soup. This sounds delicious. (tags: soup recipes cauliflower gorgonzola) A Moveable Feast in Five Acts, Meal Two at Daily Dish at … Continue reading
Cauliflower Risotto with Spicy Pangrattato This is cut and pasted from the website as below. Couldn’t figure out a way just to link it. “I love, love, love this risotto – it truly reflects the genius of the Italians when … Continue reading
Drugstore Doubles: The Best in Beauty And now, for something completely different for this blog: cheap makeup that’s just like the expensive kind. Headed to CVS now . . . . (tags: makeup)
Breaking news from this weekend’s Telegraph . . . . Council sends in bailiffs over 90p debt By Stewart Payne Last Updated: 2:05am GMT 13/01/2007 A woman who overlooked 90p when settling business rates of more than £700 was confronted … Continue reading
Mint Couscous with Fried Tomatoes Donna Hay creates gorgeous recipes and cookbooks. This will be fun to make when tomatoes are ripe. (tags: recipes DonnaHay)