Today, my friend handed me the "Sunday Styles" section of the New York Times, and I was flabbergasted at the vivid, newspaper-inked photo on the wrinkled paper surface.
Whoa! A whole bunch of New York food bloggers revealed their visages for the entire New York society to see! Check out the New York Times article (and the food bloggers' faces) here, it is a fantastic read!
Also, I feel the need to add some gratuitious pictures to this lonely post. These pictures of Korean dumpling soup date back to "my pre-forty days fast" from food blogging and have been floating around aimlessly on my hard drive. The pictures are of mandu gook, a clear broth filled with supple, smooth-skinned dumplings, which are sealed with soft and uniform pleats. The steaming soup is also interspersed with delicate wisps and tendrils of poached egg and floating blankets of absorbant nori. (If you slurp up the soup quickly, you can still snag a few crisp patches of nori.) Simplicity prevails with this warming soup! Enjoy the article and the pictures!