What’s Up at The Paper Palate and The Well Fed Network

It has been a busy couple of weeks at The Paper Palate; in addition to the usual amount of writing and editing that is going on there, we have had some very newsworthy events occur which led to a great deal of extra writing. But that is no matter: what matters is that we did […]

A Quick Note On the Differences Between Blogs and Old Media

Zak found this small piece in the NY Times today, about the distinctions between blogs and old media. While the main source for the news brief is David Sifry’s (the Technorati dude) blog entry: The State of the Blogosphere (Part II), it behooves the reader to look at Part I as well, which is filled […]

No Cheese, Thank You, Please

I was going to blog about a cheese sandwich as a means by which to humorously flip the bird at Peter Wells’ opinion on most of the food bloggers in the world, save the seven he praised in his article in the March 2006 Food & Wine. (Okay, if you want to get the subtleties […]

The Key to Indian Cooking: Making Spices Friendly With Each Other

The more I cook Indian food, the more I realize how much more there is to learn. Every time I think that I have it all down, I find out something new, or I try something different, or I get an inspiration, or a read a book, and the curiosity all begins again, and I […]

Valentine’s Day for Cynics

I really should have posted this last night, but I thought I would show my sweet side on Valentine’s Day. Now that we have gotten that out of the way, I can give you a taste of the real me: the cynic. I don’t really like Valentine’s Day, and I never did. Not only is […]

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