Author Archives: Amy McNeely

March 29, 2009

How Bread Was Made in the 1980s

by Amy McNeely

All right, y’all, I know this normally gets wrapped into the Umami Reader, but I thought this too fascinating to pass up. I’ve been making bread for a long time. I’ve made it with Kayoko. I’ve make it pre-1990. But I have never seen footage of this magnificent creature in the wild before. Check out […]

August 4, 2008

Winky’s Convalescence: Delivery, Part II – Nicky’s Vietnamese Sandwiches (NYC)

by Amy McNeely

My brother and I ran into Nicky’s Vietnamese Sandwiches by accident on Mother’s Day. We almost went to Bratwa but it was too fucking crowded (too full–my complaints against Bratwa are now that it is too expensive and the service is bad. The curried goat is still off the hook, just watch for bones), and […]

Winky’s Convalescence: Delivery, Part I – Coco Roco, Peruvian Cuisine (NYC)

by Amy McNeely

Kayoko has been trying to get me to blog for her for a long time. I love food, I write everyday in my spare time, and I’m often online. I promised her I’d get an entry up before the end of August. And now, here I am, stuck at home after my second PRK eye […]