The thing I love best about Sarah's food writing is that she understands that food is supposed to be fun and enjoyable. She can be as passionate about fast food as she is about farmer's markets. She doesn't take herself too seriously. She makes me feel like I'm right there at the table with her. I dig that.
This recent post about Korean barbecue caught my eye not only because I used to live in the 'hood, but...a Korean restaurant in Marina Del Rey?!?! Aah, hanging out in Marina Del Rey. I worked at a boating store in MDR when I was in college because it was a way to meet cute guys who would take me sailing. Actually, I didn't care about the guys as much as I wanted to go sailing. But I digress.
Check out The Delicious Life. Just don't read it on an empty stomach.
[photo credit: Sarah Gim]
--Stefania Pomponi Butler (sailing whore)