The latest New Yorker is their “Food Issue”, and contains several interesting pieces, most notably a charming account by Calvin Trillin of a recent visit to see his daughter and her family who are spending a few months in Oaxaca. Lots of references to many of the local markets and to the abundant variety of masa-based antojitos (little whims) that one can find there. It’s a particularly relevant piece for me and my wife Rachel who someday look forward to doing an extended stay of our own in Oaxaca with our family someday….
And here is a blog written by his daughter Abigail that documents their stay – makes you want to go live in Oaxaca, eh?
A video by John Hamilton recaps the first (of many, we hope) Sunday Streets Berkeley:
Hilarious article by Jesse Pearson in which the crack team at Roberta’s in Brooklyn explores some new frontiers:
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