What color is that dress? "Pink Hot!"
While watching TV, "where's the termote?"
Her bottom is her "bahmen".
30 July 2006
23 July 2006
From an old guidebook to New York, a description of the now departed Christ Cella:
"One of the first steak houses in this area, and still venerated. In spite of the disturbingly spiritual name, it is heartily and successfully devoted to the flesh" (New York Places & Pleasures, Kate Simon, 1959).
Labels: found writing
A letter to the New York Times, following the death of Julia Child:
To the Editor:
Re "Ms. Child Departs the Nation's Table" (Appreciations, editorial, Aug. 14): Francis X. Clines mentions Julia Child's use of butter, not just in cooking but in eating. I recall that she once said that a person who didn't eat butter was a crank with limp hair.
Julia Child lives on in all our kitchens.
York, Me., Aug. 14, 2004