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The price of butter is relevant to many (if not most) cartoonists. (Unless you don’t eat dairy, and even then, you may be shopping for those who do.) It’s a fact of life that the “artistic” spouse/roommate/family member, particularly if … Continue reading
If you watch a lot of cooking shows on the Food Network or elsewhere, you are familiar with the weird looking citrus fruit called the “Buddha’s Hand”. It is a kind of citron, widely eaten in Asia and also displayed … Continue reading
These cookies are a little bit too self consciously artistic, and possibly actually cannibalistic. A friend of a friend reports that “the ones with the cookie dough filling” are “gross”, “too sweet” and “taste fake”. And considering that these are … Continue reading
Two excellent soft tacos in a styrofoam clamshell box: each of them consisting of a flour tortilla, greasy spicy skirt steak, that grainy Mexican cheese, lettuce-tomato-sour cream, and red salsa. (That’s “American style” according to the menu.) You eat the … Continue reading
Imagine the scene: it’s Sunday evening and you are sitting peacefully in your own living room, doodling in your sketchbook while you watch this week’s episode of The Great Food Truck Race. (This is a completely pointless Food Network program … Continue reading
Two items of food news from the Files of the New Phone Camera. First, there was a sale at the Local Chain Grocery Store this week. The values are astounding! Everyone is talking about it. Look at those big, big, … Continue reading
Remember that time we went to the “Khyber Pass” and I found a whole lamb chop in the lamb curry? (Down among the neck bones … writing this was my major accomplishment of the day, superseding even cleaning out the … Continue reading
A camog, of course, is a cross between a dog and a camel. (My husband thought up the word , and, hey, it’s better than “damel”.)I drew this camog on the back of yet another Steak and Shake placemat at … Continue reading
If you sometimes get a craving for big, sticky, yeasty cinnamon rolls, the kind with the white vanilla frosting all over them, and you also happen to have someone in your household who likes that dreadful King’s Hawaiian Bread, there … Continue reading