I studied jazz piano in college, and during summers, I was the musical director for the Kentwood Community Players for three years straight. Does the name Rebecca Lloyd ring a bell?
Hello fellow Kent-(er?)! Kent-Meridian grad here.
I grew up in Seattle. Kent to be exact. I’ve eaten hundreds of teriyaki meals from U-District to Renton to Bothell. Half of them had macaroni salad.
We have a handful of holdover stories that we save from The A.V. Club. This story was never published on The Takeout. When we bring it over, we update with refreshed photos, recipe tweaks.
Because we don’t own that photo and don’t want to steal another website’s. And anyway, give those local newspaper sites an extra click to help out?
In a perfect world, this is an elegant solution. But it’s harder for one-off bottles you buys — and, I’m sure you don’t want to open your wine, and wait a few hour for the wine cubes to freeze before consuming its content.
Yes my lord
You’d have to revoke my food writer’s card if I described “tarragon as tasting like tarragon.”
We’ve got at least a dozen more in the bank. But thanks for keep clicking on this series.
From now on anytime a young writer tells me they want to tackle a cookbook, I’ll just link to this comment.
Yeah you’re gonna hate the rest of this week then. Thanks for reading!
Firstly, updated with shoutout in the body text. Second, Kewpie mayo is freakin great with mentaiko and noodles. Gonna write about that one day soon...
Thank you. Fixing immediately.
You are literally describing our site. We review chicken tenders and pizza.
5000 stars for uberculture
Hey asshole, food preference isn’t food knowledge.
Nope. Wanna fight me?
That is his genius.
THEY’RE HOAGIES, JESUS CHRIST