From time to time I will post roundups or lists of my favorites restaurants, food shops or dishes. I'll tell you where I really go. What's worth a splurge. Where you'll find chefs late at night. Breakfast Priorities. Favorite haunts of other food writer friends. Ice cream Worth the Detour. Watch for more.
May 28, 2015 | Favorites
Roasted Summer Vegetable Salad
Growing up in Virginia, summer barbeques were serious business and potato salad seemed to adorn every table. However, I always worried that mayonnaise sitting out in the hot southern sun might make people ill. This roasted summer salad with a light lemon caper vinaigrette is the perfect solution...
December 30, 2013 | Favorites
A Winter Soup That Stretches
A hearty vegetable soup with holiday feasting leftovers: If you don’t have a turkey, buy some chicken wings...
September 16, 2013 | Favorites
Shrimp Mango Seviche by Penny Drue Baird
Penny Drue Baird served a tangy toss of mango and cooked shrimp in precious martini glasses at a birthday dinner for women friends
January 5, 2013 | Favorites
My Highs of 2012
We gather to worship spit-roasted short ribs – a giant slab of blackened ends, fatty fissures and juicy tendrils of meat, gift wrapped with green olives, onion petals, walnuts and horseradish, a tangle of bitter and sharp and sweet…
May 24, 2010 | Favorites
A Collection of My Twitters
Many Insatiable readers avoid Twitter.com like the plague. But just in case you’re interested in my concise thoughts, here’s a small archive.
June 22, 2009 | Favorites
A Tasting of Non-alcoholic Beer
One day the Road Food Warrior realized he had consumed more than his lifetime supply of booze and he determined to give up alcohol. It soon grew a tad lonely out there…
December 26, 2008 | Favorites
This is the year of My Book is Bigger than Your Book.... In a few cases size is a distraction from lack of content.
November 10, 2008 | Favorites
Bargainistas' Black Book
Unlike some newly strapped Wall-Streeters, we have always been bargain hunters when it comes to drinking and dining out, if only because our wallets have never managed to keep up with our appetites...