부산맛집 The classification of restaurant business

The classification of the restaurant business:   The Neo-Catering   It is another type of cooking brought into the world from the requirements of society. A useful model is the Mc Donald’s or Burger King organization. Think about the Drive.   The distinctions contrasted with everyday cooking are:   faster administration (we are situated towards … Read more

MUSHROOM TART, LOOKIN’ SHARP

Mushroom Tart

As you know, pumpkin, bacon, and sage are an ingredient trio held in high esteem here at Fig and Plum. Now they’re joined by another frequent player in our kitchen: mushroom, spinach, and goat’s milk / sheep’s milk cheese. A while back I recommended Warm Quinoa, Spinach, and Shitake Salad, and Sunday night’s Mushroom Tart elevated these three to … Read more

DELICIOUS SANDWICH SOCIAL RECAP

Fried Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwiches

Were you at the Delicious Sandwich Social? Did I see you, eh? Seems not. But okay, you get the madcap recap anyway. I’m a bit beat, so it’s just thumbnails for the most part. Sorry! The Sandwich: Fried Peanut Butter & Banana Sandwiches Just like a grilled cheese, but a lot more exciting. I cheated by … Read more

FARMER CHRIS AND FARMER JESS HARVEST AND EAT FIRST CROP OF TOMATO BABIES!

Tomatoes Freshly Picked

Three beautiful yellow tomatoes, Kellogg’s Breakfast tomatoes, to be exact, were harvested and consumed in the home of Farmers Jess and Chris today. They were honestly delicious – best tomatoes I’ve had in ages and ages. The basil was also homegrown, the mozzarell’, onions, vinegar and olive oil, not so much. Posted by jess at July 25, … Read more

WHEN TOMATOES ARE ATTACKED

tomatoattack

Something awful has happened. You may remember that Chris and I (aka Farmer Chris and Farmer Jess) are attempting to cultivate three tomato plants on our roof. We bought the organic heirloom tomato plants from the Greenmarket at Grand Army Plaza. We potted them. We fed them. We located them in the optimal spot for … Read more

PEAR AND GRANOLA FLAX MUFFINS

ubermuffin

Flaxseed. It’s not just for Barry Bonds (oops!) anymore. I’m on a flaxseed kick. Studies say omega-3 and lignan-rich flaxseeds can help reduce risk of prostate and breast cancer, decrease insulin resistance, and help with PMS, promote regular ovulation and heart health among other benefits? They’re also high in fiber and low-carb. I wonder if there’s a way I … Read more

ICEBOX SHORTBREAD

cookies

We’re headed to a Christmas Eve open house at Erin and Lee’s in Collingswood, NJ. They’re our fancy friends who got married on Halloween last year, and they just bought their house last month. For the holidays, Erin entered an essay contest sponsored by the local Fox affiliate, and as a professional writer, she won … Read more

RAMEN MANIA

RAMEN MANIA

Last week, our friend Sarah introduced us to Tampopo, a nutty 1985 Japanese film that chronicles the tale of a widowed ramen-shop owner who trains like a boxer to go from soup-failure to soup-er ramen chef. Along the way there are random subplots concerning the love of food, all of which are a little hard to … Read more

RIGATONI W. PUMPKIN AND BACON

RIGATONI W. PUMPKIN AND BACON

Every year for my birthday, Chris makes Rigatoni w. Pumpkin and Bacon. It’s, hands down, my favorite pasta recipe and naturally, super bad for you. The original recipe was clipped from god-knows-what magazine, my hunch is MSL, but I can’t find it anywhere on the website. Our copy is tattered and torn, so I’m going … Read more