Archives from Mise En Place/Exit133.com

My friends at Exit133.com were gracious enough to publish the original versions of Mise en Place.  Those original 9 columns are archived here.  I had a ton of fun creating the first iterations of Meez and I think my understanding of the blog format grew a bit during those first epistles.  I know they still run long, but what can I say.  Bon Appetit.

Introduction http://www.exit133.com/5501/mise-en-place-an-introduction

Confessions of a Food-o-Phile http://www.exit133.com/5564/mise-en-place-confessions-of-a-food-ophile

Roy and Rabbits http://www.exit133.com/5629/mise-en-place-roy-rabbits-and-thanksgiving

I Eat, Therefore I Am http://www.exit133.com/5693/mise-en-place-i-eat-therefore-i-am

A Garden Plot http://www.exit133.com/5728/mise-en-place-a-garden-plot

Aioli All Wrong http://www.exit133.com/5979/mise-en-place-aioli-all-wrong

Salmon Snobbery http://www.exit133.com/5844/mise-en-place-salmon-snobbery

Fungus Among Us http://www.exit133.com/6027/mise-en-place-fungus-amungus

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About John Idstrom

My name is John Idstrom and I write Meezenplace, which is an intentional misspelling of the french cooking term Mise en Place. I am a non-indiginous, invasive species who lives and writes by the beaches of Monterey Bay. I used to think Meezenplace was about food, and maybe it was at some point. Now it's just stories I find that have food in them. Pull up and chair and join me for a meal.
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