One way or another, we are going to have to start thinking about how to minimize the looming A.I.-fueled gap between the haves and the have-nots, both within and between nations. Or to put the matter more optimistically: A.I. is presenting us with an opportunity to rethink economic inequality on a global scale. These challenges are too far-ranging in their effects for any nation to isolate itself from the rest of the world.
OMG. OMG. OMG.
And it only gets better.
When we pulled up I thought, looking at the neighborhood, that even I might not want to get out of the car. But this was wonderful. Perfect in every way. Cloth napkins, salt on the table, a huge wheel of Parmesian cheese with honey and bread – help yourself-.
Then desserts on display. Eclectic.. and I think thats the first time I ever used that word.
This is THE PLACE to try. Open just a month they have it all pulled together. Magnificent menu. We had a Ceasar salad – more than enough for two. Coq au vain, a burger, chocolate cake, a beer and an unusual cosmopolitan. I brought a brownie home!!!!
Beatriz at Dinner was … enjoyable. A bit predictable. Visually engrossing.
Went tonight to see I, Daniel Blake at the Cosford at UM. I enjoyed the movie. It was a story, something I am more accustomed to reading about , as opposed to seeing on the screen. Slow, interesting, thought provoking. a sad tale, and yet also, after sone thought, a story that spoke to being true to ones self.
I keep coming across recipes for mushrooms on toast. I see it listed among other sides when serving steak. I think about it a lot. And I’m going to make it- eventually. Please let me know if you make it. Invite me over or leave a tip. its gotta be scruptous. Im thinking to do the mushroom in a pan with just a sprinkling of onions, then butter the toast and fry it up in the same pan. I wonder the recipe says to do?
I love Wednesday nights. I never know what might happen or where we might end up. Tonight we were stuck up in Hialeah and Todd had selected this nearby place which he passes regularly, a little Spanish place that we really enjoyed. The food was superb. We both had fish and I had a garlic soup… oh I do love that garlic. And the dessert, Catalona, was mmmm mmmm good. The staff was friendly and helpful and there was salt on the table, sadly no cloth napkins but on their own the servers did continue bringing us paper napkins.