On the Southern edge of the Tennessee border, a small town by the name of South Pittsburg whirs with the sounds of a foundry, of melting pots, sand blasting and seasoning machines. It is here where cast iron and steel cookware are created by American craftsmen. True local and artisanal kitchen wares for even the most discerning consumer are designed and manufactured every day.
One of the joys of being a cyclist is the amount of food one can eat. And the privilege of consuming a burger is one of pure bliss. As challenging as it may be to convince a vegetarian to partake in meat eating, the resulting happiness is worth the effort.
I am fairly adventurous in the kitchen. But I typically know how to avert the ultimate disaster which happens to be inedible food. Most of my mistakes in the kitchen revolve around things like garlic: too much garlic is a good example. I must say, however much garlic goes in to a dish, it is […]