Archive for the ‘food’ Category

These are not American sized portions.

Friday, April 27th, 2012

 

Really, who doesn’t love tiny food? Small sculpture by Shay Aaron.

We’re in the Beast!

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

The Daily Beast named Tres Gatos one of the top 10 new restaurants in the COUNTRY! We designed the interiors with the talented architect firm Helios Design Group as well as the logo, signage and website. The review says one of the biggest pulls is the ambiance! We had a blast working with the owner David Doyle. Get thee to Jamaica Plain for some tapas!

60 Ways to serve HAM

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Extremely useful during this post-Easter week, 60 Ways to serve HAM is particularly good for consumers of Armour’s Fixed Flavor Star Hams.

Tres Gatos: Interiors

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

Despite our saw-dusted lungs and spray-painted nasal cavities, we’re having great fun putting the final touches on Tres Gatos (a brand new Tapas Bar/Books/Music joint in Jamaica Plain) interiors. Our design partners on this mission: Helios Design Group. To open to the public in a few short days!

Hooray for the fried egg.

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Today’s obsessive, (Medama Yaki?) loves the fried egg. Right on!

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Fuck Yeah Pho!

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Here in Fields Corner, Dorchester, MA USA we eat a lot of effin’ pho. So we were flippin’ elated to find this blog reporting on all things pho. FUCK YEAH PHỞ

Your icebox.

Monday, October 18th, 2010

You are What You Eat, photos by Mark Menjivar. We are most curious about the flag so carefully folded and the snake resting so peaceful (and frozen) in the freezer. In full disclosure there is dirty snowball, circa 2002, in my freezer.

via feastingneverstops.com

Report from the Gulf

Monday, August 16th, 2010

scharfenberg

My super talented and big hearted brother, David Scharfenberg, the news editor at the Providence Phoenix, went to New Orleans to report on the BP Spills effect on the food chain; from the oyster man to the chef and all the people in between. Read his story.

1,900 year old bread

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

pompeii

This loaf of bread found was in the ruins of Pompeii. I was obsessed with volcanoes (tsunamis, quicksand and killer bees) as a little kid. It shook me to the core, the notion that, poof and it is over.  It was scarier than Hiroshima. That was a man-made atrocity. A person could be reasoned with, right? Right? But this was nature!

source: NYBL

Retire Ronald McDonald

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

retireronald

The Retire Ronald site is live. Join Corporate Accountability International in sending this clown out to pasture. We’re proud to be a part of this project with our sister company Hairpin Communications. Big shout out to: Burt Glass for his expert wrangling and thoughtful leadership, Andrew Campbell for his development chops and Anna Engle for keeping the train on the tracks. We’d also like to thank Brandon Bolt for his fine illustrations.