Thursday, November 21, 2002

The LA Times magazine did a profile of Bill Niman on Sunday. The author (whose last name is undoubtedly, if circuitously, derived from the Indo-European word for cow) has some problems with english grammar, and has obviously never eaten at Chez Panisse
In the Bay Area, his home turf, where culinary passion is rivaled perhaps only by New York, Niman enjoys something bordering on rock star status. His is one of the few brands, as with Hudson Valley Foie Gras and Liberty Duck, that is touted by name on restaurant menus.
[I count 9 brands this week -- you must realize that when Alice says "Bob's turnips," it is a brand]. But it's mildly interesting.


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