Category: food

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Brian takes a quiz!

100%ALCOHOLIC This seemed an appropriate quiz to take on New Year’s Eve and turns out I probably need an intervention! Knowing about drinks and booze is a foodie thing, I swear! FOODIE! 😉 I rarely do quizzes or memes or...

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The Year of Brian?

Well, it sounds better than The Weekend of Brian, right? That’s what it seems to be, however. Fri/Sat, I got yet another much needed break and visited Justin’s family at the Chesapeake. We had dinner at Stoney’s (oh those crab...

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food: Pimp My Stuffed Fowl

1. Turkey, 2. Goose, 3. Barbary duck, 4. Guinea fowl, 5. Mallard, 6. Poussin, 7. Quail, 8. Partridge, 9. Pigeon squab, 10. Pheasant, 11. Chicken, 12. Aylesbury duck It serves 125, takes eight hours to cook and is stuffed with...

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From our office to yours…

Happy Holidays! It was a pretty busy day and we had our office holiday luncheon/party today, so on the way back we opted to get some pictures taken in front of the tree they’ve put up in the west building...

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Taking all the fun out of shaking! Pt. 2

I said it before and I’ll say it again, shaking the martini is part of the fun! The Cocktail Cyclone Portable Drink Mixer: Mix and strain like a professional bartender with this acrylic martini shaker. Fill the shaker with the...

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Broken Halo

Oh Halo, all good things must come to an end, I suppose. Gregory and I stopped in this past Friday night for a few drinks, I thought, to greet the impending snow. Nice call on that one, meteorologists! It turns...

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Mmm… this IS a tasty burger!

That isn’t what I had this time at Zola, but it’s put me in the mood for a big-ass burger. We had our team lunch this afternoon and I am well stuffed. The place is classy, stylish but not stuffy...

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Pot Liquor or Potlikker?

Whichever term you prefer, it’s still a pretty darn good thing. And apparently it’s very good for you as well! Sadly the collard greens are finally exhausted, but the potlikker left over is plentiful. Tonight I faux-steamed baby carrots in...

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Thanksgiving Dinner: The Ultimate Table for One?

In her book, An Alphabet for Gourmets, the late M.F.K. Fisher wrote that “dining alone” has its place, however unpopular. “This misanthropic attitude is one I am not proud of,” she writes, “but it is firmly there, based on my...