Minnesota has a lot to answer for on the culinary front. That includes from their members of Congress. It’s that time when Al Franken makes jokes and eats casserole. Or, as he and his Minnesota coll
There’s plenty we could talk about this evening. The Republican health care “plan.” Muslim Ban 2: Racist Boogaloo. DHS Secretary Kelly talking about the Gestapo ICE splitting up pare
We’ve known this for awhile, but once again, Donald Trump eats his steaks well-done with ketchup. “The President ordered a well-done steak. An aged New York strip. He ate it with catsup as he
I am not generally the biggest fish fan in the world, and the intellectual jumps Catholics make to say fish is not meat is just hilarious to the outsider, but I do like good sushi, oysters, lobster ro
I still maintain that the United States allowing Canada to exist is the nation’s greatest policy failing. Here’s yet another reason why: I’ve tried to remember when ketchup chips first c
Nashville hot chicken has become a thing. A recent write up of this phenomenon of a dish long eaten by the area’s African-American population credited white people for making it happen. Um, no.
As is clear by now, like many others, I am both fascinated and horrified by postwar food. The terrible recipes of the 1950s-1970s are a wonder to behold. Today, I was introduced to this. Color me shoc
I had a red eye last night with the dreaded Chicago layover, meaning that sleep was even more disrupted than normal. I got nothing. Except for this. Boo! pic.twitter.com/3KXsPAFyZu — 70s Dinner