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Memoirs of Russia

With the World Cup starting in three days (thanks to work I’ve been counting down for a year) I thought it highly apt to dig back into my Russia files. 922 more words

European Foodie Adventures

Lûmé Comes from a Land Down Under

Last week, Los Angeles was treated to a sneak peek of a coming attraction from Down Under. Chef Shaun Quade of Melbourne, Victoria’s Lûmé, hosted an intimate group of food writers in the Arts District with a four-course sampling of his multisensory culinary approach that has earned him accolades in his native Australia. 286 more words


Food Review: Curate at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) | Poised to be the next Michelin Star Restaurant in Singapore?

The Place Located at Resorts World Sentosa, Curate is a fine dining restaurant located right beside Teppan by Chef Yonemura. The restaurant has its fair share of Michelin starred guest chefs over the past two years, though it now has its own resident Chef de Cuisine Benjamin Halat, who hails from Germany. 893 more words


Hooking the Dinosaur of Fish

It’s paddlefish season in Montana. Programs to harvest the giant’s caviar and sell it have helped to create a model for sustainable fishing.

Published: May 26, 2018 at 05:30AM… 70 more words


Hasselback potatoes


1.3k small charlotte potatoes

2tbsp olive oil

1tbsp lemon juice

salt and pepper

To serve

3tbsp sour cream and chives dip

50gr salmon caviar… 62 more words


The Perilous Gig Economy: Why Caviar Must Pay for Bike Courier’s Death

Image caption: A white banner hangs off a chain link fence on top of an overpass. It reads “THE GIG ECONOMY KILLED PABLO: REST IN POWER” 1,612 more words

How to Say Goodbye (When You Hope You Don’t Mean It)

When the boys and I loaded up the Prius and headed south to Houston, we left a host of friends that we had built up over the last 16 years and the only home that the boys had ever known. 935 more words