Just a couple. Light(er than the scanty normal) blogging now and for the next bit, I anticipate.
Article by Grant Aschatz on "diner envy", which details the difficulties he's found where diners at very high end restaurants see others getting extra courses and such. "Gee, we got the 97 course tasting menu but the table over there had an amuse bouche that we didn't. We were cheated! We'll never return!"
Forthcoming books by author/bloggers here and here. Either's a pretty safe bet as a great read.
Here's Labrat's review of a fun, fat, speedy-reading paperback, "Monster Hunter International", a first novel by gun-blogger Larry Corriea. I enjoyed the book and the review.
Here's a question I don't really think has an answer but which is fun to investigate anyway: Where to find the prettiest outdoor photos on the web: John Carlson's Prairie Ice, Cat Urbigkit's contributions to Querencia, or Russel Graves' blog?
Tons of fantastic images in each case that reflect not only artistic eyes and speedy reflexes but many hours outdoors.
Yeah, They Do Call Them Bagels
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