since when did cooking become domestic purgatory? this baffles me to no end. i'll concede that this is a tiny step up from hot pockets and takeout, but it's still horrifying in so many, many ways.


Blogger foo said...

I think this is actually kind of cool, particularly for people who have zero time. When you get home at 8pm you can't always spend the next hour prepping your veggies. Is it any different from the pre-cut/washed veggies you can buy from the supermarket, apart from the marketing of it as a store? Seems like it could (not that it necessarily does) reduce waste as well. (I miss my compost bin)

3/25/2006 02:57:00 PM  
Blogger fwc said...

very very weird, but if it gets even a fraction of a percentage of the people cooking on their own that's a def. plus.

3/25/2006 04:53:00 PM  
Blogger fwc said...

HAHA. what's w/ the random quote from madhur jaffrey at the end??

3/25/2006 04:54:00 PM  
Blogger wind-up-bird said...

Yo yo. They opened something like this back in my hometown. Freaky spumoni, people. I've never enjoyed cooking as much as I do now that we get Urban Organic every week and have Nigel Slater filling our shelves. This is what New York is all about: never leaving your apartment for ANYTHING. Hope you all are doing swimmingly.

3/26/2006 04:17:00 PM  

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