Anthony Bourdain, always and forever

A Cook’s Tour is the current selection for Cook the Books. It was a melancholy read for me but I finally decided to make Banh Mi sandwiches and a Moroccan potato salad. I miss him. Anthony, RIP. . . . → Read More: Anthony Bourdain, always and forever

Top Ten Tuesdays: Authors I’ve Read Most

I am sure I am not alone in the fact that I have been reading more than ever recently (since March 16 and my job-imposed work at home order and the state’s safer at home order). There’s only so much TV that’s binge-worthy so reading is the better option. I am still working from home . . . → Read More: Top Ten Tuesdays: Authors I’ve Read Most

RIP, Chef

Eight years ago this month I shelled out big bucks to not only hear Anthony but to also get the privilege of standing in line for a meet ‘n greet autograph session.

June 12, 2010 (PAC, Tulsa, OK)

I took my Les Halles Cookbook and I asked The Hubs to take my copy of . . . → Read More: RIP, Chef

OMG! It’s Anthony Bourdain!

What an evening! Well worth the money I plopped down in February for these tickets. It was a fantastic show (and of course he entered stage right with a beer in hand). Loved his opening Rachel Ray story! I think some of our friends who went might have been offended, but who did they really . . . → Read More: OMG! It’s Anthony Bourdain!