Jon Chonko, a graphic designer, photographer, writer, and unashamed foodie, brings his popular blog scanwiches.com to print this November through powerHouse Books. The product of a tw0 year love affair with sandwiches, Chonko’s ode to the delicious versatility of all-things-between-bread runs the gamut from tea sandwiches to the mighty muffaleta. Hitting cafes, delis, and markets, Chonko’s journey delivers the sandwiches in full frontal actual size cross sections. Graphically appealing, and hunger inducing, Scanwiches provides brief histories of all included sandwiches – dare we say, that means a little food for thought? (selectism)
Available from Amazon.
The Blumenthal’s story
Smart, honest, straight forward with no frills, perfect.
- Everyday New Yorkers for Marriage Equality (pinkbananaworld.com)
What does it actually mean to eat like man. Chew loud and aggressively? Eat like a pig? Eat a pig? We could tear this title apart and psycho-analyze it like no other, but I’m not in the mood. I like to take things for face value at times, like food with smart and creative recipes. Esquire’s food writers usually do a fine job keeping thing simple, for the simple man to follow. With 6 billion cooking shows on TV these days, it has become okay for men to get “frilly” in the kitchen and use words that are more than one syllable without feeling emasculated. Thank god (Satan, Buddha, Allah or whom ever).
Eat Like a Man: The Only Cookbook a Man Will Ever Need [Hardcover]
- Royal wedding: Bompas and Parr’s giant marshmallow cake (guardian.co.uk)
- Sam Bompas & Harry Parr: ‘Arzak’s food was so good I almost proposed to my girlfriend’ (independent.co.uk)
Does this story titilate the stoner in you? I haven’t touch “herb” in over 15 yrs but I’m constantly convicted of eating like a stoner at times. For example sliced apples with tuna fish on them or frozen burritos with mustard, honey and cottage cheese on top. But my favorite most stoner like food is a duo I pick up from the Whole Foods hot bar. A tower of a scoop of Mac and Cheese and them topped with a massive scoop of pulled BBQ chicken. Need I say more, I’m hungry and headed to one of these joints listed for some comfort!
It’s old school, familiar and comforting. Macaroni and cheese has been an American staple for generations. And this classic is making a gourmet comeback. Here’s the best of the Bay’s cheesiest spots and newest twists on this all time favorite.
One of ”our” neighborhood restaurants made this elite list.
2100 Market Street
San Francisco, CA
Home Restaurant was created under the guiding principle that simple, classic comfort food can be prepared in a way that dazzles your taste buds, evokes home-cooked emotions and goes easy on your wallet. What better place, then, to order up mac and cheese? Made with three cheeses and topped with crispy breadcrumbs, this classic is one of many on the fabulous menu. Swing by for the early bird special and dig into a taste of home. Literally.
- Mac & Cheese Photos (friendseat.com)
- Macaroni and Cheese: From Microwavable to Haute Cuisine (friendseat.com)
Finally a recipe and diet I can follow!