Linky Monday

Good things I’ve found around the interweb lately.

The Revolution Will Not Be Pasteurized
Inside the raw milk underground, in last month’s Harper’s

A Man of Taste
An engrossing profile of Grant Achatz of Alinea by D.T. Max in the New Yorker (What else?)  And, while on the subject of Grant and Alinea…

Alinea Mosaic
You must first buy the book to get access to this neat website.  You plan on buying the book all along, yes?

…and not on the interweb, our one and only Clotilde is in the Bay Area today, and will be reading from her new book "Clotilde’s Edible Adventures in Paris" down the street from me in Santa Cruz tomorrow night at Book Shop Santa Cruz.  You plan on going there all along, yes?

Oh, right, and, a propos of nothing, Scarlett Johansson is engaged.  Sorry boys, looks like you’ve been too slow on this one.

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5 Responses to “Linky Monday

  • Kitt said:
    May 5th, 2008 at 11:09pm

    Thanks for the raw milk article link! Fascinating stuff. I’m actually going to a wee farm tomorrow (two goats, a cow and chickens) to do some milking and see if I want to buy a share for the summer.

  • Nam said:
    May 7th, 2008 at 5:34pm

    Wow,
    I enjoyed that article on Achatz. Plus, the portrait of him is amazing. Him torching cinimmaon, intense..

  • veron said:
    May 9th, 2008 at 7:32am

    I grew up in the Philippines and have never eaten it. It just was not around at home so I don’t know how it smells too but it’s stinkiness is legendary. I’m pretty curious about it though.

  • Dale said:
    May 9th, 2008 at 2:08pm

    Thank you for posting the raw milk article. I’ve been buying Organic Pastures raw milk at the Santa Monica farmer’s market so the article was especially relevant. Love that stuff!

  • Andy Floyd said:
    May 10th, 2008 at 2:37pm

    Thanks so much for posting “the Revolution will not be pasteurized.” As an avid lover of French raw milk cheeses, I am pro-freedom of choice when it comes to legalizing properly regulated raw milk production and allowing the public to take their own chances. I have posted the link to my blog as well.

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