V.21 No.39 |
North America, Pancakes! and The Rip Torn rock Sister tonight
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Fri Sep 28 2012 3:41 PM ]
Do your Friday night plans involve a pint of Ben and Jerry's and your DVR? If your answer is yes and you're psyched about that, I can dig it, but, if your answer is yes and you're not excited, here's a last-minute Friday night show announcement.
North America is back in town for the night and will perform at Sister (407 Central Avenue NW), along with Pancakes! and The Rip Torn. The 21-and-over fun begins at 9 p.m. and there's a $5 cover. Check out the below videos and weigh the costs and benefits of your current plans against rocking out at a killer show in a new Downtown venue.
V.21 No.37 | 9/13/2012
John Sumrow / johnsumrow.com
Food for Thought
Death and Pancakes
A Village Inn-trospection
By Gail Guengerich
Shimmering pitchers of syrup, gleaming glasses of orange juice and milk, a pie case aglow with golden crusts, haloed meringues and stage-lit creams. It’s like paradise.
Scratching the Hotcake Itch
By Ty Bannerman
For those times when you desperately crave a stack of fluffy, golden brown flapjacks swimming in butter and syrup, here are three local joints that will satisfy the urge.
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Hearty Flavors From a Handful of Seeds
Cooking with whole grains
By Mina Yamashita
I came late to whole grains—being brought up eating white rice at every meal. With the possible exception of rolled oats, most of the grains I encountered were hulled, bleached, sweetened and renutritionized before they hit my plate.
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Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com
Cable darling, red chile queen
By Ari LeVaux
It was a cold and snowy Sunday morning when I first went to Cecilia’s. The air smelled like piñon smoke. Inside, it was still chilly sitting by the old brick wall at the south end of the dining room. I noticed a wood stove at the other end, so I switched seats. There was a woman sitting next to the stove sorting a big sack of pinto beans.
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