Archive for November, 2007

Wacko for Wako


Tonkatsu: (1) Deep fried panko encrusted pork cutlet often served with a dipping sauce (exact ingredients are unknown but is probably a combination of ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, vinegar, and sugar).

Thanks to Michael Scott, everyone knows that Diwali is not the Indian version of Halloween. The brightly colored attire is donned and sweet goods are handed out not for neighborhood princesses and goblins but for King Rama of Ayodhya and Lord Mahavira of 527 B.C.

¬† As I wait for an amazing job to whisk me away to New York, I’ve been happily cooking vicariously through food blogs. I really don’t understand how some of these people have time to bake cakes and cook elaborate meals all day. I barely have time to put a sandwich together. So you can […]