Posts tagged Danny Bowien
The Holy Trinity - A Mission (nearly) Complete

As I "pen" this post, I'm munching on a cold carne asada burrito that I keep jabbing into a small, plastic condiment container filled with a fluorescent red/orange fermented chili sauce I picked up over two weeks ago at  Mission Chinese Food in San Francisco. (Do not panic - it rode home from CA to AZ in a cooler filled with ice, it's currently harboring quietly in the fridge, and it's fermented, so ...) I try to dab delicately, as I only have one more of these little containers left, but it's so incredibly tasty and willpower and I don't get along well when I've got tasty chili sauce in front of me.

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Hainan Chicken Rice at Flock and Fowl - Las Vegas

I often have discussions with a friend over the theory of allowing perfect to be the enemy of good – meaning it’s often better to share something good with the world instead of keeping it under your hat until you’ve perfected it (which, let’s face it, rarely happens). I’ll admit I fail miserably at this. I want every blog post I write to complete blow a reader’s mind with its immense wealth of knowledge and enlightenment, and I want every dish that comes out of my kitchen to bring friends and family to  tears it's so damn good. Which is why I do not post as often as I should, or have dinner parties as often as I need to. Shame on me.

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