Sunday, August 26, 2012
I'm going to make a confession, here. I haven't spent much time at my stove this summer. I can't tell whether that's marvelous (I've hiked past waterfalls! Read in the sun! Broached ocean waves!) or shameful (I've neglected my recipes... and perhaps my writing... and all of you). You may recall that the same kitchen neglect happened last summer in that cluttered, itty-bitty sublet of mine, but just so you won't think that this is becoming my modus operandi, I'd like to point out that that was for a different reason entirely. That kitchen was... well, rustic.
Monday, August 6, 2012
Does "Turkish diner" sound like an oxymoron? If you've ever stepped inside the oddly-named Brookline Family Restaurant Turkish Cuisine, the phrase probably resonates more than you would think.
At this casual Brookline Village restaurant, the portions are generous, the atmosphere friendly, and you can order a fried egg until the middle of the afternoon. The difference here is that instead of that fried egg, you could order any number of Turkish breakfast selections, like Pastirmali Yumurta, an omelet with diced beef and feta cheese.
Read the rest of this review on the Brookline Patch...