Food for Thought
Long-Time Graymoor Chef Competes On Food Network’s Chopped – Franciscan Friars of the Atonement
Viewers from around the country and the world tuned in to the Food Network on Tuesday, February 26th to watch a special episode of Chopped.
The Chef’s wife Amy Lamash had this to say about her husband and the article.
“This captures my husband so perfectly. Especially when it comes to how much the men at St Christophers meant to him.
— Read on www.atonementfriars.org/long-time-graymoor-chef-competes-on-food-networks-chopped/
LONG-TIME GRAYMOOR CHEF COMPETES ON FOOD NETWORK’S CHOPPED
Chefblog’s Chef Marc On Food Network’s “Chopped”
Cooking Show, Whadda Ya Know!!
Stuck in the abyss with chopsticks
Finishing my meal with a bowl of stale butter pecan ice cream, a remnant script from the earths celestially old iridium layer. I sit here envisioning if it would be possible to have this lunch blasted from my memory by a rogue parking lot lightning bolt, effectively erasing just today’s mental etching as I get into my Prius.
Maybe the bolt Possibly spilling over causing a breakthrough by raving up my hybrid to break the sound barrier to Mach my escape away from this ground zero for all things covered in grease. A Crisco sponsored “Plum Island “Experiment gone horribly wrong.
Can’t find it make it, Takoyaki for lunch
Being a New Yorker sometimes you don’t realize how many different kinds of great food you have in an area until you move to a new place. Which I’m sure this is the case for many people from a great many places as well. I love Living in my new hometown of St. Louis but sometimes I miss some of the creature comfort’s of the comfort food I had available . So in my case I decided to make it myself, to which I’m Thoroughly pleased with the results.
Fuzzy & Weird
Taking a drive on this long missed sunny day.
Tea Time Tasting
Early morning at my home working on various things around the house. Taking a break tasting tea and discussing it.