East Meets West In A Late Summer Dance Of Nuance

As anyone who knows me will vouch, I am all about building bridges; creating culinary fusions of the very best that the Oriental and Occidental cultures have to offer for the adventuresome palate in the hope that in some small way I can foster understanding and greater felicity in this sometimes raucous storm tossed fragile little spinning ball of tectonic vibrancy we inhabit.

It is in that spirit of giving for my fellow Man, that ineffable yearning to reach out so that others may yet see and rise above their enervated existences, to help those who desperately yearn in the depths of their very souls to find some spark, some way to cast off the soul-quenching ennui that is 21st Century life, that I humbly present to You, Dear Reader, tonight’s blending of the Exotic Mysteries of the East with the Refined yet Down Home Earnestness of the Heartland

washed down with an appropriately themed beverage

now there’s a pleasing presentation

13 Responses to “East Meets West In A Late Summer Dance Of Nuance”

  1. JeffS says:

    Major Dad is buying airplane tickets as you read this….

  2. Ave says:

    For a second I thought you were writing about a skirt for the Coldwater Creek catalog.

  3. Cripes Suzette says:

    Whoa. Showstopper.

    You should tag this post to attract the nouveaux pauvres and show them how to shop for dinner in the clearance section of the dollar store.

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    Just you wait until I make pochettes out of this, my dear.

  5. major dad says:

    Now that might convince me to come visit…maybe not.

  6. Gary from Jersey says:

    Sounds promising, but could you please put down that thesaurus?

  7. tree hugging sister says:

    You neglected to check the “Makes Ya Barf” category when you posted this. Let me get that for you…

  8. Mr. Bingley says:

    It actually wasn’t half bad, Gary, although I will admit to adding a tablespoon of tandoori spice to zip it up a bit.

    Thesaurus? I didn’t need no steenkeen thesaurus!

  9. Laura says:

    Okay once I saw the Vienna Sausages I lol’ed. Now if you threw some bacon in there…oh, and Circus Peanuts for dessert…

  10. Rob says:

    Almost looks like Van Camp’s Beanie Weenie.

  11. Ave says:

    Except that Beanie Weenie is very, very delicious.

  12. Kathy K says:

    As someone who periodically does Thai green curry, and puts it over pasta, I salute you. 😀

  13. Jim - PRS says:

    Looks damned good to me.

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