... Everything looks honky dory.
Please, people: Don't play the race card.
no way i would eat this or anyone in my family
Actor Jon Voight, a product of Yonkers, N.Y., warmed up [Giuliani's Florida campaign] crowds by reminding them of how, under Giuliani, New York City was transformed into a much safer, cleaner and more livable city.
"God sent an angel, his name was Rudy Giuliani," said Voight, adding: "He's kind of a genius."
Rambo: First Blood Part II
A giant sculpture of a spider by Louise Bourgeois ... that has been luring the crowds to Tate Modern on London's South Bank, has been donated to the gallery, the BBC reported. ... It is the largest of a series of spiders made by Ms. Bourgeois, now 96. The artist, who lives in New York, has described the piece as "an ode to my mother, my best friend." She added: "Like spiders, my mother was very clever. Spiders are friendly presences that eat mosquitoes." --The New York Times
Tailor's specialty, across the menu, is flavors that don't occur together in nature: pork belly and butterscotch, a befuddlingly appealing Scotch infused with pumpernickel.
The sweet stuff has lots of salt--beet ravioli with cocoa caviar?--and the salty stuff has lots of sweet. Peanut butter, cocoa caramel, and something called "pear soil" don't do much to improve "the foie" ...
--as a waitress referred to it recently--
... but a dish of roasted duck, spaghetti squash, raisin dashi, and chanterelles (tiny as thumbtacks) is absolutely magnificent.
Given the sugariness of most of the main offerings, dessert is pretty unnecessary, and one, the rum-braised banana with mustard ice cream, is downright scary: a banana is frozen and dehydrated into a large chip--a phallic fossil.
If you're in an adventurous mood, ...
... it's better to order another drink. There's the Bazooka, made with bubble-gum cordial, or the Asa Gohan, which means "breakfast food" in Japanese and is supposed to taste like a bowl of Grape-Nuts. (Open Tuesdays through Sundays for dinner. Entrées $24-$27.)