May 28, 2004
Morsels of Gratitude

I'm sure the late lamented Spy Magazine* would call it "log-rolling in our time", but I'd like to thank Jeff Ruby and Penny Pollack at Chicago Magazine for the kind mention of Too Many Chefs in the May 27th Morsels column online.

Jeff sent me a nice note early this week and we promised to keep reading each others' sites. I'm a fan of Morsels, and read it each week. Along with the usual bits and pieces of news from the food and restaurant community, the May 27th edition has some entertaining Diner-isms such as the uncontestable aphorism, "Never trust a cook whose cookbooks are unstained."

I've got that covered. Completely covered, in fact.

Thanks again, Jeff and Penny.


*For those of you who remember it, don't you wish Spy had been around during the Trump reality show to remind us of the foibles of the "short-fingered vulgarian"?

Posted by Barrett in Maryland at May 28, 2004 9:15 AM | TrackBack Print-friendly version

Moving on up? Getting noticed by the world. Next thing you know, Barrett and Meg will have publicists and talk about kicking things up a notch. Congratulaions.

Posted by Bryan on May 28, 2004 at 12:22 PM

My Deborah Madison cookbook falls open naturally to the above recipe for enchiladas due to the many accidents I've had while reading the recipe. In fact, most of my cookbooks show obvious signs of which pages contain good recipes!

Posted by Meg in Paris on June 3, 2004 at 10:46 AM
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