We pore through all our readers' comments, because we're masochists interested like that, and we can't help but notice trends popping up. Sometimes, it's people spreading jelly on grilled cheese sandwiches. This time, it's octo and nonagenarian relatives who eat or ate purportedly unhealthy foods - in this case, mostly bacon grease - on a regular basis because gosh darn it, why stop now?
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Where's the beef? And the beer?
Sang Yoon is the the chef/restaurateur behind the microbrew-centric gastropub, Father's Office, in Los Angeles and Santa Monica, California. Along with serving up his insane Maytag blue cheese, Gruyère, arugula and applewood-bacon compote burger, Yoon filters the 36 tap brews on the menu through special tubing designed for blood transfusions - let's just say he likes to spice things up.
This fall, the Korean-born chef will stray from his burger-and-beer following and dedicate his first fine dining restaurant, Lukshon, to his Asian roots and its lesser known flavors.
Five Unsung Heroes of Asian Sauces: Sang Yoon
Jet Blue flight attendant Steven Slater made a huge splash with his dramatic, slide-borne, profanity-laced exit from the aircraft after getting into a kerfuffle with an unruly passenger. His coup de grace? Nabbing two brewskis from the cart before fleeing the scene.
Can't say we haven't been there - not the cursing and the sliding - craving an adult beverage after weathering TSA security, endless delays, screaming kids, rude seatmates and cramped conditions.
Do you ever indulge when you're flying the friendly skies?
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