NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 2.15.06
Ho-hum… the cover story in today’s Dining Section is about water. Not boiling things in it, but drinking it – plain old water. Yawn.
Burgers with Lots of Sizzle and None of the Guilt: Bittman is back with a full-width page on veggie burgers that “are a whole lot better than “organic library paste.” With video.
In Turin, Chocolate’s the Champion: An interesting look at the chocolate scene in Turin – because how else is the dining section going to cover the Olympics?
Advisories on Fish and the Pitfalls of Good Intent: Marion Burros perhaps scares and confuses us more about the risks of eating tuna and salmon, but ends up suggesting going with canned wild salmon in the end.
Some See a Wine Loved not Wisely, But Too Well: Asimov heads to Montalcino to get to the bottom of the Brunello debate.