The Umami Reader, vol.011

Noteworthy readings and eatings (not necessarily what you would call breaking news):

  • Interviews with 3 hottie female sommeliers at top restaurant in SF, LA and NY (Splendora)
  • Pasta carbonara vs. Pasta all’amatriciana: Debates in authenticity (Eternally Cool & NYT)
  • Paula Deen’s Fried Butter Balls: fatty treats for Super Bowl weekend (Food Network, via Amy)
  • Mark Bittman preaches the Omnivore’s Dilemma: I’ll think about it, but only cause it’s Mark (NYT)
  • Cheeseburger in a can: the Germans really did it this time (Gizmodo, via Matt)

*Please send any links to what you’re reading to umamimart@gmail.com

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8 Responses to “The Umami Reader, vol.011”

  1. Jk Says:

    Deep fried butter balls?? gross. that woman needs to have a heart attack and die.

  2. Jk Says:

    Deep fried butter balls?? gross. that woman needs to have a heart attack and die.

  3. kayoko Says:

    JK- uncover yourself! You are hilarious.

  4. kayoko Says:

    JK- uncover yourself! You are hilarious.

  5. Amy Ann Says:

    Ew! I double dog-dared you to put the butter balls on there, and I can’t believe you did. I can’t believe it. You’re up next, kid. I choose a dare.

  6. Amy Ann Says:

    Ew! I double dog-dared you to put the butter balls on there, and I can’t believe you did. I can’t believe it. You’re up next, kid. I choose a dare.

  7. Amy Ann Says:

    Oh, and my friend Vanessa who calls both Paula Deen and Sandra Lee’s (aka The Turducken and The Cake Assassin) exploits to my attention suggests a side of melted butter as a dipping sauce, in case you were looking for that extra somethin-somethin.

  8. Amy Ann Says:

    Oh, and my friend Vanessa who calls both Paula Deen and Sandra Lee’s (aka The Turducken and The Cake Assassin) exploits to my attention suggests a side of melted butter as a dipping sauce, in case you were looking for that extra somethin-somethin.

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