fatandfuriousburger:

Yin & Yang. Yin: Bun nature. Blanc de poulet au lait de coco. Sauce fromage blanc, citron et blansilic. Blanc d’œuf. Poivre blanc. Oignon blanc. Champignon blanc. Choux blanc râpé. Cœur de frisée. 
Yang : Bun à l’encre de seiche. Black angus. Radis noir. Champignon noir au thé noir de chine. Sauce fumée au whisky Black Label©. Piment noir. Poivre noir. 

(via weeheartfood)

luckypeach:

Monica Padrick, who wrote “Introduction to Decision Fatigue Related Eating” in our All You Can Eat issue, was just on KCRW’s Good Food talking about her article. Listen up to hear about the endless peanut M&M-ed, pizza-ed, hot wing-ed “gluttonous deluge” that is working as a writer for a TV show—and to hear what it was like for Evan Kleiman, Good Food's host, to be on the other end. 

(via momofuku)

Mook suay yuk and Taiwanese Rail road boxes ($5!!) at 99 Ranch Arcadia. Mook suay yuk and Taiwanese Rail road boxes ($5!!) at 99 Ranch Arcadia.

Mook suay yuk and Taiwanese Rail road boxes ($5!!) at 99 Ranch Arcadia.

eataku:

You want to find a good sake bar? Just ask your friend who owns a sake brewery!

When we were in Tokyo last month, we hoped to hook up with our friend Sakurai-san from Dassai Sake, who was down on business from Yamaguchi-ken. As we were both pretty busy, he suggested we meet up after…