What to Cook: Gold Medal RecipesOn February 12, 2018 by Margot
The point is simply to cook tonight for no other reason than it will make you feel a little better than you did in the morning, palming Advils and drinking coffee before walking the dog.
Remember, though: Tomorrow is Mardi Gras, Shrove Tuesday, a last chance to eat big before the Lenten season of fasts and self-denial. (I’m giving up Red Bull myself.) Here are a lot of recipes you could plan to cook for the feast — po’boys, for one, and so, so great.
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Now, on the subject of cheeseburgers in paradise, do read Taffy Brodesser-Akner on Jimmy Buffett, who emphatically does not live the Jimmy Buffett lifestyle.
Afield of food entirely, I’m pretty stoked to get going on Robert Harris’s new thriller, “Munich.”
And see what you make of this dispatch from Raan Jay Fai in Bangkok, a Michelin-starred street food stand that wants to return its star. In a video, Supinya Junsuta, the restaurant’s chef and owner, prepares the crab omelet that has brought her fame. Her technique is impressive, and her goggles out of this world. Enjoy. I’ll see you on Wednesday.