Neal Pollard Of course it happens on a week where you are already running a little late, and it contributes to an improper decision. Sunday morning, en route to teach my Bible class, I approached the red light at Ken Caryl and Wadsworth to turn right and head up to the church building. However, I … Continue reading Carelessness And Ignorance
Neal Pollard Open Table, a company that facilitates reservations at better restaurants, sent a quiz today to test my familiarity with some of the more sophisticated menu terms one encounters. I made 40%, and at least a few of my right answers were lucky guesses. Truly, I’ve never heard of “okonomiyaki,” “Harissa,” “gochujang,” or “crudo.” … Continue reading DO WE HAVE CONFUSING MENU TERMS?