Poliblog Cuisine Continues to Evolve

by Kieran Healy on September 21, 2003

Josh Chafetz cooks from the Volokh Cookbook. (“All ingredients available from your market and don’t you forget it.”) Bam! Oxbloggers suddenly guests on Volokh. Coincidence? I think not. Expect Drezner [and his Ed! — Ed.] to show up soon with the cucumbers. Unsurprisingly, Crooked Timber’s smoked salmon socialism is ignored by this new right-wing Axis of Entrées, despite its manifestly higher quality in all respects. As the appetizers are served, Andrew Sullivan is denied entry and is seen outside the window yelling “Rhodes Scholars! Mega-losers! Curriculum-vitae fetishists!



Nabakov 09.22.03 at 2:36 pm

Judgeing by the lack of comments here, I think some people may be finding this CT tangent rather indigestable.

And why doesn’t smoked Tasmanian salmon get a look in here?


Andrew 09.22.03 at 3:26 pm

You did get noticed by the right-wing Axis of
Salmon. Unfortunately, it was by Andrew Stuttaford
at *shudder* National Review’s The Corner. This
from a guy who endorses Wonderbread and Marmite!
Help like this you don’t need.


PG 09.22.03 at 8:37 pm

Smoked salmon quesadillas? This is why I don’t eat Mexican without a sufficient population of undocumented workers in the area.

You’d think that a guy born in Russia could do a better job on ethnic cuisine.
[Thinks about what Russian food might entail.]
Then again, maybe not.

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