Tuesday, January 27, 2009

the tao of food (part 2)

Let your workings remain a mystery.
Just show people the results.

I'm not known for brevity, but that's it.


Really, really.

(Okay, if you want more, go check part 1)


Mimi said...

My what a lovely sourdough roll you have there.

K and S said...

everything looks so good, pulled pork?, baked beans and slaw...yummy!

Abby said...

What a classic meal. I'd love to share it!

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Chilebrown said...

I hope everything is okay. You are usually a wordsmith with a mission to create a tome of gastronomical wisdom. Ms. Goofy and I are going to the Marin market at 8ooam tomorrow morning. Why don't you bundle up the monkeys and stop on by. Cooke & Cranky are usually there. Well at least Cranky. Cookie sometimes sleeps in.

Monkey Wrangler said...

Mimi: Are you admiring my buns? Thanks!

Kat: Yum yum yum yum, yum yum yum yum, yum ya yum ya yum ya yum yum........

Abby: Thanks. Trade?

Cake: Thanks for popping by, but in the future, could you be a little less self-promoting? I mean, if the link to your blog contained in your name ain't enough in the future, then I might have to delete you.

Chile: Really, I'm okay. Have a good one with the Marin folk. Later tater.