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Where We Eat: Little Greek Restaurant

I strolled into Little Greek last weekend like a lover rekindling with an old flame at the scene of one of their most sensuous jaunts. You see, a couple of months previous Yelp held an event at the restaurant. Head honcho Nick was led the event and he made sure that everything was done right. When he realized I was a vegan, he adjusted on the fly and […]

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Cook: Artichoke Po’ Girl Sandwich with Roasted Red Pepper Remoulade

Z-Bot curled up on my lap the other night, turned her little blue eyes towards my face and gave me the look. Anyone who is a parent knows exactly what I’m talking about when I say the look. It is that moment when your child asks, without uttering a sound, for you to tell them a good story. I bit into my latest creation, a […]

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Where We Eat: Green Mint Asian Grill

I’m not one to be bogged down by the supernatural or anything but a few weeks ago I was at one of those parties where everyone wears a face cover and chants strange things into their neighbor’s ear when this lady in dark satin floated over and whispered  “Green Mint Asian Grill” so that only I could hear it. Before I could catch her name, she vanished into […]

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Four for the Fourth: The Tiki Terrier with Disco Fries, Beautiful Small Machines, Cold Beer & Broads and Creo

I’ve often wondered why the ladies haven’t come back with their own version of “Girls Gone Wild” to show that this conversation doesn’t have to be one sided. While perusing through the EBAY porn section last weekend, I thought I had finally found their response. Seems Holly Schmidt and Allan Penn, who I assumed were top notch wiener movie directors, had filmed a production called “Wieners Gone […]

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Cook: Tomato, Gomasio and Arugula Mayo on Cibatta (AKA The Fine Art Sandwich)

Last weekend I opened my refrigerator and broke down crying. It was an absolute mess. My greatest piece of art, my life’s work, my version of the Mona Lisa was teetering on the edge of complete and utter ruin. Right then and there I took it upon myself to do something drastic. I began throwing out condiments. Anything over a year old hit the garbage can. […]

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Click: “Vegan” Parenting Gets a Bad Rap, Cronuts, Chicken and Waffle Dairy Free Donuts, Boxed Wine Leads to Remission and Other Things That Caught My Eye This Week

With all the moving and soccer and goodbye dinners, I still found time to enjoy a bit of this: Recipes 27 Vegan Pizzas to blow your mind (One Green Planet) Vegan Steak Sandwich (One Green Planet) Sesame Seed Bacon (Vegan Crunk) Strawberry Rhubarb Shortcake (Vegan Dad) Mixed Berry Crisp (the Chubby Vegetarian) *includes honey Vegan Cronuts (40 Aprons) Double Chocolate Cherry Chunk Bars (Blissful Basil) […]

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Where We Eat: Cigar City Brewpub

Every day after I’m done teaching I load onto a bus with six other raucous kids and am transported over to a martial arts practice center. Here I am part of a jujitsu group. I am the lowest member on the totem pole. There are kindergarten kids who can jui-jitsu better than me. This weekend we had a competition. Afterwards our best jui-jitsuer, Cassie, her friend […]

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Food Flavored Album Review: Little Daylight’s Hello Memory

When I sit back and listen to Little Daylight’s debut full length Hello Memory (Capitol Records), I immediately start craving a Kung Pao Tofu Slider. This is not your Uncle Larry’s slapped together peanut butter and jelly on stale white bread horror show of a sandwich. The Kung Pao Tofu is the type of sandwich that makes your taste buds dance and twirl and cry out for more, long after […]

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Cook: Portobello, Caramelized Onions and Garbanzo Fritters in a Pita

This is the story of two plumbers who will forever be linked in plumbing lore. Their connection to each other runs so much deeper than just their ability to fix a sink or unclog a toilet. Our story begins worlds apart, one in the remote Alaskan bush and the other in the hippy dippy eccentric district of Asheville, North Carolina. In the early 1950s, Steve […]

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