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May 21, 2005
Post of the Week
Too Many Chefs post of the week

Posts of the Week claims no responsibility if the content of this post causes riots in the Whole Foods Markets around the country.

A. I've been a big admirer of the Food Section for the past year. I don't think we've featured Josh on POTW before but that's mainly because he gets plenty of praise elsewhere. This week, however, he's got a round-up of some ingenious grilling gear. Memorial Day is just around the corner so get your gear together!

I. Holy hot dogs, Batman! Seltzerboy at Slice has pics and an account of a book signing by Jim Leff, aka the Chowhound. Mr.Leff appeared in full disguise to promote his book The Chowhound's Guide to the New York Tristate Area. Will the dynamic duo take Leff's adivce and drag their tired dogs to DiFara's Pizza? Or will the Boy Blunder get his way and deliver the Caped Crusader to a nearby Pizza Hut? Tune in next week - same Bat-time, same Bat-channel.

1. The Pie Queen has a rhubarb pie for us that takes advantage of the rapidly receding rhubarb season. It's a simple recipe that looks tasty. I found her site through foodpornwatch and I wonder if this post is the one that qualified her for the site. Sorry to disappoint, but I won't be climbing on any stovetops anytime soon.

Posted by Barrett in Maryland at May 21, 2005 12:10 PM | TrackBack
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Hey, thanks for the mention, and do try out the rhubarb pie--it's really good. And that stovetop shot was just a joke--really, I would never put my shoes on the stove!

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