On the left, a Krispy Kreme. On the right, a donut made by Isabel and me. Details on how they tasted and how much they cost: coming soon.
Briefly, though, I ate so many hot homemade donuts the other night that I sent myself to bed early as punishment. The good news is, there were no donuts left over to feed to the chickens which I have since learned is a bad idea.
I will probably continue to feed the chickens failed cakes, cookies and donuts to break up the monotony of centipedes, sandwich crusts, and grain, but perhaps not quite so often.
My story about shopping for Vietnamese groceries is in the November issue of Sunset, or so I have been told. (I can't find it online.) It includes a picture in which I am wearing a shirt that my friend just said "resembles a tablecloth." He also told me that it's charming how "natural and disheveled" I look, that it's clear I hadn't spent a lot of time primping or brushing my hair. Which is funny, because I actually had.
Also, my review of Jonathan Safran Foer's Eating Animals is here. I couldn't begin to fit my thoughts about this fascinating and maddening polemic into the space allotted. This is a book you really need to take apart piece by piece to separate the truly strong arguments (there are many) from the eminently debatable (there are many.) I wonder if Foer paid Natalie Portman to sound off and start the buzz. If so, good thinking!
ok, this is sort of torturous waiting for your expalnation of how you made that incredible looking donut, and onion ring. at least tell us the name of the book you're cooking from?ReplyDelete
i want one of those donuts right now.ReplyDelete
Sorry, sorry, sorry. The book is Top Secret Recipe Unlocked and I have SO MUCH TO SAY but feel I have to wait.ReplyDelete
Donuts! Can you next try your hand at homemade eggnog? Thanksgiving and Christmas will never be the same.ReplyDelete
i wish to purchase that book on the strength of the donut photo alone. would it be a mistake? should i wait for your mysterious review?ReplyDelete
Frust! Your article does not seem to be in the Rocky Mountain edition. Darn Utah to heck.ReplyDelete
i meant that in a nice way.ReplyDelete
it was an attractive tablecloth, like one of those you put a straw bottle of chianti on, with a little candle in it.
the donut is a whole other matter. like everyone else, i want one too. who wouldn't?
by the way, the tablecloth article is excellent and should attract many new readers for tipsy.
I knew you meant it all kindly, "anonymous."ReplyDelete
Beautiful-looking donut. I'm all about the glaze. Looking forward to details.ReplyDelete
Enjoyed the book review. If you locate the Sunset item online, do let us know.
I think the donut on the right wins the prize for best, most tempting photo yet. Oh, my, I wish I could have been there. Amazing. How do you top it?ReplyDelete
Still hunting for the Sunset piece. Can't wait.
I've been reading your blog for a while and as another northern CA/marin person, it's been fun to follow your adventures. When I ran into the infamous photo in Sunset I thought to myself, "she's much more 'hipster' than I'd have imagined." And, in the Marin mom world, I consider that a compliment!ReplyDelete
Unless I'm going blind, I don't see your article in the Southern California version of SUNSET. Meh. I think you have to post the picture for us.ReplyDelete
That donut, in a phrase coined by my friend, is so libinally invested it almost glows (or, in this case, drips). I'm flying over just to invest in it.ReplyDelete
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