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Pizzeria Bianco | Little Miss BBQ | Cowboy Ciao [Phoenix, AZ]

December 17, 2014

Phoenix, Arizona. I’d never been. I’m not sure I had even entered the state…maybe when I drove cross country and visited the Four Corners my feet stomped the arid dirt for a minute, but that’s about it. When I learned I’d be going there to discuss profitability tactics in the distribution industry (I’m a killer in […]

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King & Duke Lunch

May 12, 2014

I don’t hear a lot of chatter about King & Duke amongst the food cognoscenti, but I’m three for three on my visits. Another in the trendy Ford Fry collection, the carefully designed restaurant has a long list of dishes I find desirable, most touched by smoke and fire from the open hearth, which elicits stares by everyone (myself […]

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One Eared Stag

February 13, 2014

beef tartare What’s the deal with One Eared Stag? Why is it nearly empty every time I visit? Am I just going at odd hours? They are open a lot – for lunch and dinner during the week, as well as breakfast/brunch on the weekends, the latter being one of the best no-wait brunch situations […]

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Himalayan Spice – Agora Midtown – Mi Cocina

February 16, 2013

Made a visit to Himalayan Spice with this guy. I had no previous notion of Nepalese food, which unsurprisingly bears much resemblance to some Indian dishes. Read Brad’s post for details. I’d share the badam and bhatmas again, but it’s a bit repetitive for one person. Dumplings – plump and juicy – check.

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The Spence / Milk Punch

November 9, 2012

I wasn’t sure what to expect of the The Spence, the few month old partnership between Concentrics and sometimes-Atlanta-Chef Richard Blais, but I was cautiously optimistic they could deliver something fun, interesting, and hopefully noteworthy to Atlanta. I missed Blais’ heyday, but have read of his menu styles from Blais and Element and Home, and have […]

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Porchetta. Pasta. Duck. Beans. Seamless Ravioli.

November 1, 2012

Dude and I cooked a meal. I bought a pork shoulder and whole belly from Riverview Farms. Above, in perhaps my manliest photo ever (note – blow torch, chef’s knife, hack saw, and beer bottle), I butchered the shoulder. He/she will never dance again. Dude’s kids were appalled.

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Grilling Out

July 13, 2012
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The original title of this post was BBQ, but then I realized I’m in the South, where BBQ is a noun. So I “grilled out” both nights last weekend. We ate, we drank, we cavorted, and at times we stood around a grill and nodded our heads. Saturday I went to my friend Steve’s home, […]

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