From Too Many Chefs -

December 5, 2004
Posts of the Week
Too Many Chefs post of the week

Three posts enter. Three posts leave. We pick three posts every week from the blogosphere of food sites we love. Here's this week's holiday themed batch in no particular order:

1. Becks & Posh is not only the name of a great newcomer to the blogosphere but also is Cockney rhyming slang for "That food website we like so much." True story. This week, B&P make some nice Spiced Marmalade Marzipan Tartlets.

A. I am from the Pepe LePew school of French, but you don't have to be a full-on Francophone to know that C'est moi qui l'ai fait ! is on to something with Vin chaud aux Úpices.. Some might translated that as "hot spiced wine", but I know it really means "Hot wine of picklesthat smells good and makes your head ache in the morning". True story. Get your French-English dictionary out and translate the recipe or send it through Google's language tools.

I. This weekend we bought a Christmas tree and hung our wreath on our door. I'm listening to Nina Simone's "Little Girl Blue" (a great song sung over the background of "Good King Wenceslas") as I type this entry. So yes, I'm in the spirit of the season. So is Life Begins @ 30 which is running a two-part series on buying local foodie presents this holiday. I'm not in the Bay Area, but I may just have to work up a parallel list for Chicago food lovers.

Now if it would only snow.

Posted by Barrett in Maryland at December 5, 2004 9:30 PM | TrackBack

Hi Barret,
Thanks, I'm very pround to be part of the posts of week. Have a good day.

Posted by pascale on December 6, 2004 at 3:12 AM

Me too!
thanks for your funny and flattering description of my blog.

Posted by Sam on December 7, 2004 at 2:19 PM