Little Yangon Delicious Shan tofu salad from Luncheoning today @ Little Yangon in Daly City nr San Francisco. While the Bay area glitterati go to Burma Star, cognoscenti head to Little Yangon. www.littleyangon.com Little Yangon 6318 Mission St (Hillcrest Dr) Daly City, CA 94014 Phone – 650-994-0111
We made it on the cooking school Hall of Fame! Eugene, Kathy & Keith we look forwarding to returning next year to Oregon… Morrison Polkinghorne with his delicious red curry “broasted” chicken. Popcorn Prawns. Marinated in Thai red curry paste www.cookspots.com
Stone ground pasta with Maine lobster from King Estate vineyard & restaurant. www.kingestate.com 80854 Territorial Hwy, Eugene, OR 97405 (541) 942-9874
LCC Harvest Dinner 2014 featuring recipes from The Burma Cookbook. Morrison and Robert were guest chefs at this year’s 50th college anniversary, and we were delighted… and honored. A record $365,000 garnered this year for scholarships, up some 20% over last year. All 100 copies of The Burma Cookbook sold, and our auction donation of […]
Pumpkin pie: you always know its late autumn in North America when the pumpkins stand in for flowers as a decoration, and jack o’ lanterns are cooked in pie. Thank you Sandy Dowling for this delicious slice of southern Oregon. www.thewillowsbedandbreakfast.com
Burma cooking class at Ginger’s Kitchenware. Cooking from The Burma Cookbook at Ginger’s Kitchenware in Bend, Oregon. A great store in the heart of the Old Mill district. Here, a massive platter of baby chat potatoes smothered in ambrosial scented oil, yogurt, fried onion and garlic, and an avalanche of fresh mint. Simple, yet delicious. […]
OUR return visit to the Oregon coast this year. Last March Pelican Brewery Restaurant featured recipes from The Burma Cookbook — the dishes were a hit and sold out. So management asked us to return to their once a season Brewer’s Dinner. So we are here again in October. Lots of boutique brews last night […]
If I can eat this 72 oz/5 lb/3kg steak in one sitting, I get my meal for free. A great Portland gimmick since 1948. Should I attempt the challenge??? I have been eating here since I was a kid. My parents would drive an hour to take us there, to feed the hungry hordes. […]
Either the clams are getting smaller, or I am getting hungrier. Leaving New York for Oregon: oysters next week!
Cookbook author Charles Pierce recipe testing cookies in his New York flat, and I was his hungry guinea pig this morning. We’ve known Charles since French days in La Varenne decades ago, and have been gifted by god for this long friendship.