The Food Pages June 18th

I'm posting this week listening to a jazz ensemble warm up in the Kogod Courtyard in the American Art Museum; one of my favorite places in DC. I got to try Beefsteak today -I had the kimchi-wa but wish I had designed my own- which I've mentioned in the links a couple times before. It was good, probably not worth the blister I got walking here to the museum from George Washington University...but that's probably more my fault for wanting to wear my super-old gold sandals.

And in honor of the rawness of my skin today's picture is some steak I made recently.

Thick slices of a giant piece of local sirloin tip from Olde Town Butcher. Gotta love the grain and color of local cows, similar to a well designed wood veneer. 

Thick slices of a giant piece of local sirloin tip from Olde Town Butcher. Gotta love the grain and color of local cows, similar to a well designed wood veneer. 

 


 


 


 

  • Researching and recreating food from the 60’s for TV. No, not the cocktails of Mad Men, rather the mayonnaise dreams and jello molds of Astronaut wives. I don’t think I will be tempted to create any of these myself. But the pictures are great!


 

  • And thank you Clark Gregg for this one last, unrelated, great image. Bakery owners the world over are wishing they’d thought of it first.

Love their buns. #nyc

Posted by Clark Gregg on Tuesday, June 16, 2015