Cathy documents all things delicious on GastronomyBlog.com. Her first book, “The Food Lovers Guide to Los Angeles,” will be published by Globe Pequot Press in July 2013. Follow her bite-by-bite on Instagram and Twitter at @GastronomyBlog.
smoked salmon with caviar cream cheese and bagels!!
Churros and burgers? Heck yes!
Banh mi! In Vietnam! It would be amazing.
Sino Soul, that is outrageous!
I had one of the best vacations of my life in the Philippines. Everything from the food, the people to the scenery was wonderful. Eat it up:
Spain! Two and half weeks spent eating my way through Barcelona, San Sebastian, Madrid, Valencia, and Girona. I have fond memories of epic meals and legs of ham.
M&N - Thanks for working your arses off. Your food is KILLER!
The line outside of Georgetown Cupcake this past weekend was 1.5 hours long! I snapped a photo of the crowd (http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?pid=5183775&id=249716486265) and moved on with my day. Definitely not worth it.
Loved the high fiber meals aboard EVA: http://gastronomyblog.com/2007/12/28/eva-airlines/
The cookies and milk one!
Angelenos! The tofu at VP Tofu in Monterey Park is definitely worth checking out: http://gastronomyblog.com/2009/03/16/vp-tofu-monterey-park/
Yep! I enjoyed a siamese banana in Saigon, Vietnam: http://gastronomyblog.com/2008/06/23/siamese-bananas/ I liked it.
Too cute, Adam! She's a keeper ;-)
Congrats on your engagement! I'm getting hitched this year too!
Rib eye! Now gimme dem steaks!
Jim n Nick's in Birmingham, AL.
Brilliant! And, of course, I want!
I highly recommend the Rouge Burger. Great location too! http://gastronomyblog.com/2007/05/08/rouge/
I am so stoked about trying the Cha Ca sandwich when I head to NYC next month. The ice cream sandwich too. Can't wait to hear the story behind that one!
ME! Chinese sausages are six-inch gems! I'm currently obsessed with making this Chinese Sausage and Cucumber Salad (http://gastronomyblog.com/2009/05/28/chinese-sausage-and-cucumber-salad/. Perfect summertime food, for sure!
BASIL COOKIES! A little savory/sweet surprise: http://gastronomyblog.com/2009/07/02/basil-cookies/
All three recipes look and sound fantastic (and easy). I like to make Orangette's Bouchons au Thon with creme fraiche: http://gastronomyblog.com/2009/05/17/bouchons-au-thon/
Onedaylingers - skin off.
mongoose - you're completely right. It's impossible to really know the taste of mice given the meager amount of meat on their bones.
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