829 Southdrive

829 Southdrive

A New Jersey state of mind

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Whaddya Sink?

At first glance, one might think he is seeing a sashimi assortment.
I'm here to tell you that this is my sink strainer, untouched and 
appearing naturally as things were captured during this evening's
dinner preparation. Wouldn't that be kitschy for a sushi joint to serve
 an appetizer in a clean sink strainer?  Let's see who can identify 
the most items.  BTW, dinner was good.


  1. Potatoes, capers wrapped around a blue rubber band, I guess. There are some weird stick things that could be herb stems. What intrigues me is what looks like a stink bug. Please let us know that the stink bug was not on that nights menu.

    Tillerman, are bugs vegan?

  2. And a little carrot peel, and maybe a bit of radish?

  3. Nasty bits trimmed from red potatoes, scallions, lazily sliced down to both sides of the rubber band, an eye from one of the potatoes, a safety seal pull-off top from a new bottle of cheap olive oil, tomato skin, a bit of roasted red pepper, and a dead stink bug. The kitchen sink defined.