He and She Said:
Ephemera, trivialities. Unimportant stuff that nevertheless gets under our skin.
Links to our history of ignoring the pressing concerns of this world in favor of gleefully wrapping around the axle of stuff that doesn’t mean much.
Why Monsanto Should be Afraid of Kids: Musings on the Orwellian Smart Choices marketing campaign.
NYC Says Put Down that Soda, Fat Ass: The Big Apple’s PR fight against big asses.
Organic versus local versus sustainable: Guest columnist Mr. Mirepoix on what all that stuff means.
The Ugly New Orleanian: A Rant about the worst restaurant attire we’ve ever observed and a note on the grammar of the F-bomb.
The Butter Incident: The perils of home cooking
The New Health Food: Steve goes nuclear on the Smart Choices program
Not Just a Regular Guy: The joys and perks of being a regular
Things I’m Loving: Sheree’s musing on what’s good around town lately
Things I’m NOT Loving so Much: The other side of the coin. Overrated crap.
NYC: Fat, Poor, and Stupid is No Way to Go Through Life: New York considers whether only rich people should be allowed to be fat. Steve retorts.
The $115 Bargain Wine: Proof that one of us just doesn’t get it.
Got Milk? What’s more trivial than the expiration dates on milk?
We’re NOT snobs, we’re foodies! Sheree claims there’s actually a difference between the two.
Eat, Write, Love: Haute Couples in the Big Easy: Navigating the treacherous waters of couples-dating.
French Quarter Wine Festival: Survival of the Fittest: Festivals behaving badly.
Sleeping With the Enemy: In Defense of Big Food: Steve goes all contrarian…kinda.
Unchain My Heart: An Elitist’s Manifesto: Why chain restaurants stink out loud.
It’s All About Me: Her Guide to Valentine’s Day: Sheree tells it like it is.
Egg on Your Facebook: Oak Street Versus Brad Pitt: Our shameless attempt to throw gasoline on the fire of some public criticism.
Fear and Prudence: Safety in the French Quarter: Our take on the do’s and don’ts in the Vieux Carre.
Waiting in Line to Eat: Really? For whatever reason, the most popular post we’ve ever done.
Don’t be That Guy (or Girl): Bad Customers: Terrible things customers do.
How to Spot the Idiot: A vignette, illustrating true stupidity.
Check, Please! Umm, please? Having your life ruined by the eternal wait to pay.