Day 2935: The New Culinary Classics

Classic readers of this blog might assume that this post is about new culinary classics created by my husband Michael, including dinner from last night.

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However, today’s post is inspired by my classic friend Peter, who sent me this yesterday …

… with the wonderful addition “Finnegan’s Cake.”

Here are my new culinary classics:

  • The House of Seven Bagels
  • The Turn of the Stew
  • Moby Duck
  • Leek House
  • The Rind of the Ancient Marinara
  • The Old Man and the Sea Bass
  • Mushroom with a View
  • Gone with the Wine
  • Tom Soy-sauce
  • A Knish Before Dying
  • The Bun Also Rises
  • The Right Stuffing
  • Travels with Barley
  • The Mosquito Toast
  • The Black Scallion
  • Ketchup in the Rye

I look forward to seeing more new culinary classics in the comments section, below.

To help you think, here is music from Mushroom I mean A Room with a View.

Thanks to Peter, Lorie Ransom, and all the other classic and classy people who help me write these posts, including YOU.

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23 thoughts on “Day 2935: The New Culinary Classics

  1. Cold Custard Farm

  2. Luis Del Castillo

    Don Quinoa

  3. A Tale of Two Cinnamon Buns, Ann. It will warm your heart.

  4. The Mustard and Cress File.

  5. puella33

    Crisps and Punishment

  6. Leon D Fairbanks

    Remembrance Of Things Pasta

  7. Just this morning I was in a meeting discussing with coworkers how we could handle the annual Edible Books Festival that libraries around the world celebrate on April 1st. For the second year in a row we’ll be socially distant but I hope for a time when we can once again celebrate a literary diet.

  8. I’ve learned a lot from Michael about the New Culinary Classics with your photos.

  9. in the garden of trump and evil

  10. Fabulous! Love the titles, and still would like to give Michael a great big thumbs up! He can sure deliver a good looking meal. 🙂

  11. Thanks for the yummy smile Ann 💛

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