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TV Review: Fringe – “Northwest Passage”

Tonight, the writers of Fringe showed us why this is the best show on television. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “Brown Betty”

I was not a fan of the musical. However, in Walter's drug addled mind there were some clues as to what might be next. Read More »

Here’s the Beef: Carnivores Rejoice

Suffice to say that this is an ode to my beef-loving brethren. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “The Man from the Other Side”

Fringe has been moving steadily towards this epic father-son confrontation and now we have the first phase of the battle of the Bishops. Read More »

Inspiration: The Creative Wind Beneath Our Culinary Wings

Why do we obsess over the minutest of details in the kitchen? What compels us to create? One word... inspiration. Read More »

What is Flavor? A Party in the Mouth

Finding the correct balance of flavors is not an exact science, but when done right it can produce a party in the mouth. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “White Tulip”

Fringe is an ultra-smart show that attempts to boldy go deeper. Tonight's episode showed the wonder and heartbreak man experiences from tempting fate. Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “Olivia In the Lab With the Revolver”

Should Olivia tell Peter the truth? Would you want to know the truth? What is truth anyway? Read More »

Fish Habitat Restoration: It’s Now or Never

Human beings who eat seafood depend on our waterways for sustenance. Yet, we are our waterways' most treacherous adversary. Read More »

Fresh from Florida: Local, Seasonal, Just Right

Should we purchase out-of-season ingredients from another hemisphere? No! Support local seasonal producers. Read More »