Buttermilk Pancakes for Sunday breakfast, I think. Hummus for lunch, with cut vegetables and pita bread. So what Roast Pork with Roasted Jalapeño Sauce at dinner, on white rice, with quick pickled okra.
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Now that’s a far cry from chermoula and whole grains, but I enjoyed George Pelecanos and David Simon’s new series on police in Baltimore,”We own this town“, on HBO Max. It’s not “The Wire,” but it’s pretty good, “with gritty realism, a sly sense of humor, and top-to-bottom good acting,” as so said James Poniewozick in his review for The Times.
Longreads put me in a time machine and took me back to 1981 with this Timothy White Profile of Stevie Nicks in Rolling Stone which I think you’ll want to read.
The New Yorker has a new documentary from Katie Bernstein and Clara Mokri, about those who live on boats in San Francisco, and those who want them gone: “Anchored Out: expelled at sea.”
Finally, it’s Allen Ginsberg’s birthday. He would have been 96 years old. Here is Wilborn Hampton’s obituary for him in The Times, along with a poem:A supermarket in Californiafrom 1955. I’ll see you on Sunday.