I love the library. Love checking out books. The only problem is when you check out a cookbook that begs you to cook from it with pages filled with food porn, asks you to splash fat on a delicious recipe and serve a feast up. You can’t risk butter touching the pages. You have to return it even as your fingers cling to the cover. Yep some cookbooks are temptations in the making.
Big Bad Breakfast is such a book, promising you a breakfast like you’ve never had with no apologies for the, let’s call a spade a spade, delicious combinations of fat, sugar and salt served along with your veggies and proteins. Continue reading Food: Book Review: Big Bad Breakfast
Today I found Edible Baja Arizona magazine at the library. Tucson always felt like a simmering hot small town wrapped in the traffic of a big city. Just not that interesting, you know? As a teen, I couldn’t wait to get away first to the big city (Phoenix). This magazine flipped my mind, made me realize that Tucson is as interesting as other places I’ve been with it’s own special zeitgeist. You just have to dig.
Okay, I’m reading the July/August 2016 issue. Libraries let you check out back issues of magazines on hand. Edible Baja Arizona snagged me first with a short piece on Mt. Lemmon Gin. They make gin out here? with creosote and chiltepin chilis? Okay, now that’s my kind of Tucson!
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