I had dinner this last Monday at The Lee House Bed and Breakfast with my friends Chef Blake Rushing and his wife, Amber. She was in charge of the kitchen that night; her Black & White menu a huge success — inspired, beautifully-plated and dang tasty.
“Your mother was a hampster and your father smelled of elderberries!” was the famous taunt John Cleese’s French guard character threw out against King Arthur and his knights in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. They were under the impression that the Grail may, indeed,
It’s the small things that make life worthwhile, right? These kinds of cliches and old saws are practiced truisms, perfected in thought and belief over the centuries of introspection and humans’ innate desire to contemplate his place in the universe. It doesn’t get much smaller, and therefore much more worthwhile, I guess, than microorganisms.