From Too Many Chefs -

October 9, 2004
Picks of the Week
Too Many Chefs post of the week

Each week, we pick three posts we particularly enjoyed over the last week from the vast community of excellent food bloggers. Maybe these posts were funny, maybe they were great recipes or a particularly well-written review of a restaurant. Maybe they just were the right post for us at the right time. If you haven't read them, this should give you a chance to go back and catch them before they disappear into the archives.

1. Cooks have storage problems, especially in apartments in the city. Where do you put all your pots and pans? Over on Frost Street, Jeremy shows us his pots and pans just hanging out waiting for him to come home and cook. I like this arrangement, and I've thought about it on occasion, but don't the pots get greasy from the oil vapors in the kitchen? I hope not, but I suspect they might.

I. The poor deluded people over at Slice think they have better pizza in New York than in Chicago. It's sad, really; you have to feel for them. Somehow Slice continues to be one of my favorite reads. How can you not love a blog dedicated entirely to pizza pies? Adam and E-Rock headed out on the LIRR last Saturday to judge a contest designed to identify the best pizza on Long Island. Make that best pizzas, since the judges picked not just the best regular and Sicilian style pizza, but the best specialty, marinara, and Grandma pizzas. I had never heard of the Grandma pizza but next time I'm in Baldwin, or Rockville I'll look for it.

A. Alice at My Adventures in a Breadbox had posted all-vegetarian recipes until this last week when she offered Pork, and Proof that I do Eat Meat, The proof comes in the form of a cabbage, apple, onion, turnip, and pork dish that I can smell right through the screen. Imagine it overlaid with the scent of burning wood in a warm fireplace on a chilly fall evening. Mmmm...

That's it for this week, come back next Saturday when we pick three more posts of the week.

Posted by Barrett in Maryland at October 9, 2004 3:34 PM | TrackBack