Articles Tagged ‘Iron Chef’

Nothing But Net: Dr. Dolan or How I Learned To Stop Watching Terrestrial TV and Love the Internet

Evolution makes the old archaic and the new essential. It has done it with land lines and cell phones. It has done it with atlases…



If Attila the Hun Could Cook, He’d Be My Mom

A typical Sunday dinner at casa de Pareso —assorted barbecued meats, well-prepared vegetables, bread loaded with butter (my mom has to keep her cholesterol over 350 or else she dies. Her heart is like the bus in Speed). High-quality food in copious amounts is the standard. But when we have guests? Call Iron Chef, because there’ll be a kitchen battle unlike any you’ve ever seen, and with a record of 4,521-0, Mama Patty has earned her nickname “Julius Caesar Salad.”