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Tag Archives: artichoke
Night At The Museum
Ray’s and Stark Bar LACMA, Los Angeles, California It’s comforting to know that as you leave the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, you can now free your mind from trying to determine if those were supposed to be body … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna), USA Tagged Andouille, artichoke, bar bites, California, charcuterie, cheese, chef, cocktails, Cynar, flatbread, fontina, fried head cheese, ham, ice, Italian Stallion, Kris Morningstar, L.A., LA, LACMA, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, meatballs, Michel Dozois, museum, mushroom, Névé, Night At The Museum, olives, pizza, Ray Stark, Ray's, sage, sausage, spicy, Stark Bar, Steel Magnolias Comments Off on Night At The Museum
A Tale of Two Parties, Part II
Fig & Olive’s Opening Party West Hollywood, California Having escaped a hangover after having attending the 5th Anniversary party at Ford’s Filling Station in Culver City, I braced myself for what undoubtedly would become one of the culinary social events … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Happenings (Events) Tagged 10 Cane Rum, almond, Amarena, artichoke, bell pepper, blackberry, boquerone, bresaola, CA, California, carpaccio, champagne, Chandon, charmoula, cheese, chef, cherries, Crimini, crostini, cucumber, dessert, fig, Fig & Olive, Fig and Olive, fish soup, France, Frédéric Fekkai, French, gin, goat cheese, juice, Julien Nolan, Laurent Halasz, limehors d'oeuvres, Manchego, Mas Candill, mascarpone, mayor, Moët, Mougins, Moulin de Mougins, mushroom, oil, olive, Parmesan, Pascal Lorange, peppercorn, pine nuts, piscine, pistachio, prosciutto, red carpet, Richard Galy, ricotta, Rimauresq, rosemary, salmon, sardine, Sebastien Chambru, Serges Gouloumes, shortbread, strawberries, syrup, thyme, tilapia, tomato, tree, truffle, West Hollywood, wine, zucchini Comments Off on A Tale of Two Parties, Part II
Attack Of The 20-Foot Artichoke
World’s Largest Artichoke, Giant Artichoke Restaurant Castroville, California Castroville, California bills itself as the Artichoke Capital of the World, and as discussed in the article on the Castroville Artichoke Festival, it is well justified. When you have the chutzpah to … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Trips (On the road and overseas, things to see along the way), USA, USA Tagged artichoke, bread, CA, Castroville, concrete, fried, steamed, steel, worlds largest 2 Comments
Even Artichokes Have Hearts
Annual Castroville Artichoke Festival Castroville, California The artichoke is a confusing vegetable; Curly Howard once threatened, “I’d like to meet the guy who invented this barbed-wire pineapple”. The Globe artichoke we’re familiar with in the U.S. is a native of … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Happenings (Events) Tagged artichoke, CA, Castroville, Central Coast, contest, festival, hearts, Marilyn Monroe, queen, vegetables 3 Comments