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Review: The Seductions of the Palate
Chinese cooking and and table traditions on view in Paris include braised dog smothered in turtle's blood and braised bear paw ‘matured’ for a year or two prior to being cooked, and left to go rancid for another two before being consumed. Bon appetit!
The Frye-ku Folio: 1
Humorist and illustrator Arcangelo Frye offers up pages from his folio of Haiku for the age of Flickr, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.
Why Can't You Get a Decent Coffee in New York?
Shouldn't the center of the civilized universe be able to provide a visiting Brit with a reasonable caffeine fix? Andrew Jack comments on a recent experience that lent new meaning to the phrase "average joe."
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