Tagged: food

Core Banquet: Invitations!

To all Core scholars: You are invited to next week’s Core Banquet; we’re very much looking forward to the occasion. We would like to invite you to submit your shout-outs and photos, so that they can be inserted into the slide show that will be playing throughout the evening. Any photos (of Core friends, classes, […]

Today: Goldstein on Food

“WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT FOOD” A lecture on food & writing, by Darra Goldstein, Editor of Gastronomica & Professor of Russian, Williams College 24 April 2012, 7 pm, Barristers’ Hall, in the BU School of Law Free and Open to the Public Sponsored by the NEH Distinguished Teaching Professorship

Tomorrow: Core Pastry Reception

Get a jump on all you Valentine’s Day festivities by joining us for a Core Student/Faculty Reception in the Core Office from 3 to 5 PM tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. We will explore and rank exceptional cookies and pastries from around the Boston area, with special emphasis on our own neighborhood in Boston and Brookline. This […]

Recipe for Bolognese Machiavelli

Arrange to have garlic and onions cast into hot oil. The carrot and celery you must divide against themselves. Ground beef, too, shall turn upon the burner; crush any coherent resistance with a spoon of wood. Sautee until no hint of blood remains to stain your hands. Perhaps, in a dark place without witnesses, the […]

Analects of the Core: Cervantes on having one’s own fish to fry

Let them eat the lie and swallow it with their bread. Whether the two were lovers or no, they’ll have accounted to God for it by now. I have my own fish to fry. – Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, author of Don Quixote