Michelle and I just had an interview with us published in the Eugene Weekly’s special Chow supplement. The Chow is their seasonal food guide that includes a viewer rated listing of most of Eugene’s Restaurants, interviews with restauranteurs, and now featuring Michelle and I in our role as Eugene Food Bloggers.
Here are some of the Brownie Points posts mentioned in the article:
- My first food post, ranting about not liking McMennamins french fries. For those unfamiliar with these fries, McMennamins serves skinny, limp, oil slicked french fries as their signature style. Perhaps you can tell I’m not a fan of their spud treatment? I’m entertained looking back at this post. I obviously had some feelings about East 19th St Cafe to express!
- Playing with the extra liquid nitrogen at work. I look forward to making up more tasty ice cream this summer! Science that tastes good? Yum…
- My Harry Potter inspired Crispy Eggs with Instant Toast. This recipe was inspired by the End of the Month Eggs on Toast Eggstavaganza recipe challenge. Flavoring the post with a frosting of fan fiction was a blast… especially creating cooking spells!
- The recipe for my 4th of July celebratory Old Glory Tuna Sandwich. Struck by the urge to celebrate my feelings of sorrow mixed with patriotism, as well as the burning desire to play with my food coloring markers, this sandwich “smells kind of fishy, and its likely to make you cry, but its our sandwich damn it.” Make sure to enjoy it 1st Amendment style!
- We also got to supply a recipe to be featured within the restaurant listings. I chose the all consuming marshmallow- specifically the Spicy Hot Cinnamon Marshmallows, over at Ready Made. Michelle provided lentil enchiladas with amazingly fragrant salsa. That salsa would have made me forget about the tomatoes!