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Max, the world's best dog, and I live in Chinatown, close enough to walk to work. In 2001, at age sixty-two and the year Max was born, I decided to fulfill the ambition of a five-year-old boy, and began driving a transit bus in Seattle, and I'll probably die in the driver's seat. I love cooking and took an apartment twice the size I need just to have a decent-sized kitchen to mess up. I just put the music on and go to it. Actually, the music's already and always on - TV broke about five years ago and good riddance! Max and I walk and hike and hang out together. I like strong coffee, good beer, red wine, rum, tequila, vodka, music Music Music! and life in general - how about you?
Here are some words to live by, courtesy of my high school cooking teacher, Celia Michel:
Serve hot things hot and cold things cold!
Put the center of the product in the center of the oven!
Mexican, Chinese, Thai, spaghetti and meatballs, good bread, homemade hamburgers and steaks and roast beef and mashed potatoes and grits and pizza and great breakfasts . . . country ham . . . what I won't eat, Max will, and he cleans the dishes, too.
I make great Caesar Salad from the old original recipe. . .also do OK with Buffalo Wings, pot roast, mashed potatoes, chili verde . . .
I have never mastered hash browns.
Hot and spicy is goooood!
Favorite restaurants?? Burgermaster on Northup (formerly Northrup) Way in Bellevue or Kirkland (right on the line), Chelan Cafe at Chelan Ave. and Spokane St. for breakfast and attitude.