Pizza links For Your Reading and Viewing Pleasure

My testing thin and crispy pizza made with locally milled flour and a rye starter.

When I was in college, I read about the political economy of race, existentialism, and American Literature. My days were filled with Camus and Baldwin, William Julius Wilson and Kozol, Faulkner and Cather. I don't know what happened, but now I read up on thin crust and pizza al taglio and fineness of the stone ground and bran cutting gluten. I love a lot of things (burgers, in season tomatoes, steak tacos, broccoli slow cooked, my wife, etc.) but I am a little crazy for pizza. Here is all the pizza that I've been reading, watching, and staring at:

Something In The Way

Kurt Cobain's wishful declaration, "It's okay to eat fish because that don't have any feelings," tempered my guilt for the last 20 years.  No longer - according to a new study, apparently the crustaceans don't like being boiled and stabbed.  David Foster Wallace was on to something.

More stuff to feel bad about.  But this pasta was pretty awesome.

Sunday Dinner Club Lobster Thermidor Cannelloni (photo by Christine Cikowski)