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  • What's Sr Gregor Eating Now? - Food porn update!

    Sr Gregor catches you up on what's been going on, shows off a few shiny pictures, and plans out what's to come.

    Whoa... it's been way too long since I wrote a WSGEN article. But fear not, fellow food fanatics! I have not been starving! A few of these "glam shots" should let you know I've been working on cooking techniques, trying out new recipes from other people, and even experimenting on my own. In the passing months, a lot has been happening.

    On the cooking front, every other month or so I've been going to larp events and running a kitchen, cooking for up to sixteen people at a go. It's been good practice, having to adjust recipes for different folks' diets (vegetarians, non-pork eaters, people that don't like spice, allergies, etc.). At home, for about two years I'd been cooking for a family of four (me, my wife, her brother, and his fiance). So, overall, its been good getting to stretch my culinary wings a bit. And, as best as I can tell, the reviews have been reasonably positive.

    So, lots of practice, lots of refinement, a couple classes. And this past summer, we finally picked up a Canon EOS, so you can look forward to better, crisper, sexier photos of the food in it's assorted stages of prep.

    I've also done a bit more reading, most recently finishing up Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential. In it, he makes a strong case for avoiding the larger chains, and in reflection, I find that I agree. Big chains are good at putting out consistently mediocre food where, if you've eaten at one franchise, you may as well have eaten at all of them.

    To be clear, I'm not intending to use "mediocre" as a term of condemnation. There's stuff that I like at, say, Red Robin, or Chili's. But they're never the kind of food I want to wax poetic about.

    So, this past summer, we've also moved south to Tucson, AZ. It definitely has a stronger culinary showing for restaurants than Corvallis did. With a whole new place to explore, I've been on a local mom-n-pop kick - I think I've hit up In-N-Out twice in four months, and Chipotle once? I admit, when you find the gems, you can get substantially better tasting, fresher-made food for around the same price. And, there's a certain amount of smug to be had - when you buy from a chain, your patronage keeps someone in a job they probably hate, with the bulk of the coin pocketed by someone far off that wouldn't know you from Adam. When you buy from a mom-n-pop, your dollars go to the pockets of people right there in front of you. And in general, I find that they take greater pride in their work.

    But enough with the waxing high-and-mighty. Below are the glam shots I promised, to whet your appetite. Being in the Southwest, expect a lot of local flavor, but I'll still be venturing out and trying new things. The first few articles will likely be recipes I pick up from other people, but I've been feeling more confident in trying stuff on my own - flying off the cuff, and trying things by taste and experience. I make a few missteps along the way, and either make notes for future revisits, or talk about how I rescue them. Hopefully, you'll be able to take the bad, leave the good, and end your nights with a full belly and a smile on your face!