Dietary Supplements: Pork Inspiration and the Confessions of a Wine Label Writer
Listen to the incredible story of chef Grant Achatz and what tongue cancer taught him about his sense of taste.
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It's no longer the other white meat. "Pork. Be inspired."
This is how to review fast food. Sample: "The burger has a spongy texture, and leaks juices that taste like mortality."
And, finally, a long read for the weekend: A conversation with William L. Fox, respected author, former poet, and Director of the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art who, it turns out, has occasionally moonlighted as a wine label writer:
A back wine label is the ultimate in the blurbing business. If you think Stephen King’s blurbs have to be a paragon of precision, think about how compact the back label of a wine bottle is. You have so few words—eighty would be lengthy.
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