- Apparently Lise Thibodeau is trying to hide behind an ancient commonlaw that "the queen can do no wrong." Can Rob Ford get in on that? 3 hours ago
- Re the new daft punk feat. Pharrell: is this the ultimate pastiche, when the weave of references is so complex that it cannot be unpacked? 2 days ago
- A cheesy effect, but also kinda cool. instagram.com/p/ZeQ3GVGA2I/ 4 days ago
Author Archives: pointsofentry
Whenever I make dal, which I would estimate is about once or twice a year, I wonder why I don’t make it more often. For folks trying to save cash, it is cheap as hell. For folks that want to … Continue reading
In Market Share this week: this is gem of an onion makes the easiest, tastiest treat.
Market Share is back with a new recipe featuring nobody’s favorite Brassica: Brussels Sprouts.
In the past few days I have heard of four different people who have just come from, or are making their way to, New Orleans. This news has left me feeling quite nostalgic for the city that I love, causing … Continue reading
When we found ourselves suddenly hosting last night after the evening’s original hosts took ill, we decided that our main priority was to not have a gazillion dishes to wash at two in the morning. The best way to avoid … Continue reading
I always enjoy reading The New Yorker’s food issues, though I found the last one a little fluffier and puffier than usual, in particular, the portrait of Israeli-born, London-based super-chef, Yotam Ottolenghi. Perhaps I have just had enough of the … Continue reading
Though most of you are in the know about this turn of events, for those of you who are not on Facebook, or in Montreal, it may seem that I have been remiss in my blogging duties. In truth, however, … Continue reading
This book review was originally printed in the Montreal Mirror in October, 2011. Let’s get right to the point: Mission Street Food: Recipes and Ideas from an Improbable Restaurant by Anthony Myint and Karen Leibowitz is awesome. Awesome. And by that I mean: … Continue reading
As I mentioned in an earlier post, one of my major pet peeves when traveling is having a bad meal. Any meal, even breakfast, must offer me some kind of pleasure, for as a person who can go for quite … Continue reading