A juggler and a baker!
Tonight I went to the grocery store determined to buy only the healthiest ingredients possible. I also ambled over to the magazine section where I always spend way too much money. Bruce Springsteen was on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine and there was also a great article on Sturgis Simpson in there, but it was $6.99 and yet, contained so few pages. I already have Springsteen's autobiography, Born to Run, so I decided to pass. But then, what's this? A new cooking magazine by Chris Kimball called Milk Street Magazine. Build flavor without searing meat before stewing? Roast oranges? Create Asian coleslaw? What? I flip to the front--the price is...$6.99. And I put it into my cart and decide there's so many recipes and different foods in the universe that I just am going to have to die early with a very well-developed palate. What can I do? I am helpless in the face of culinary adventure.