Author Archives: Anthony Armstrong

Quarantine Cuisine – Do’nut Pass Me By! (part 1)

The Donut or doughnut, however you choose to spell it, is perhaps my favorite food group, just behind bacon.  The one handed, treat of the Gods (not confirmed) has been around, in the US, since the early 1800’s.  Today, you’ll … Continue reading

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Quarantine Cuisine – Pintxos

Road to plate stays in Spain, in this addition, with a visit to its northern Basque regional towns of Bilbao and Donostia-San Sebastian.  I’ll get to the food but a brief explanation as to why I made the flight from … Continue reading

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Quarantine Cuisine – Paella

Road to plate has been parked, as may of you have, so I’ve created a series of recipes that can help offer some comfort and add a bit of variety. Like every great dish, they all come with a degree … Continue reading

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Market Day

As a chef and photographer, there’s not too many things I enjoy more than eating good food and photographing it; and spending time in City Markets are just the place to do both. Throughout my travels, I’ve always had an … Continue reading

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From Ethiopia to Indy

Ethiopia to Indiana. Taxi Driver to Restaurateur. You’re right; doesn’t quite seem the most logical, but that’s just what you’ll find on the west side of Indianapolis. Nestled within an unassuming strip mall on west 38th street, you’ll find Abyssinia, … Continue reading

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