Counter Intelligence

Five on Food: Articles from the Wednesday Dining Pages

Posted in District of Columbia by melissamccart on March 11, 2009

1) The Tough Go Chopping. Washington Post. From District Plates writer, Scott Reitz. Also in today’s Post: Jane Black goes to night school.

2) Missouri Chinese. New York Times. I’m not in love with the disparate unity that can result from the fusion of foods from two cultures, yet here and here, writers expose some compelling combinations.

3) Can Two People Eat on $67 a Week? LA Times. Yes, though it would be the passionless week of losing weight by default.

4) Top Honey Tastes Sweet as Paradise. San Francisco Chronicle. Honey is one of my favorite foods. I’ve been loving the Charleston honey I got from a bartender/beekeeper this past weekend.

5) A New Approach to Irish Food. Chicago Tribune. “‘Contemporary Irish is not that different [from] contemporary American,’ said Carlson, who is of Swedish descent. ‘We’re using traditional Irish ingredients and techniques in a new way.'”


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  1. Ulla said, on March 12, 2009 at 1:17 pm

    I just got back from Ireland. I love Guinness.
    Now I want one!:)

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