Tomato Aspic. Day 2.


Warm 4 cups stock and whisk 4 egg whites. Combine and simmer until eggs coagulate.


5 thoughts on “Tomato Aspic. Day 2.

  1. A. Broccoli

    To Brion, Bob and anyone else who weighed in a while back on the final title of Mr. Cullum’s memoirs (in progress, and nominally titled “Slouching towards the Big House”): Bill is a fantastic chef, which is so nice as it makes up for his many shortcomings. I had the pleasure of taking him to a Thanksgiving Dinner last year where he graciously made a spinach soufflĂ© so good that that the hostess asked him back to teach a group of us soufflĂ©iere. There, we learned that in his youth (somewhere between selling his ass and selling meth) Mr. C. worked at the Greenbrier, and we voted that the name of his book should be “From the Greenbrier to the Big House.” The perfect title, nuf said.
    With respect to his cooking, and speaking as the whitest person I know, this boy has it down — Greenbrier, 1950’s Country Clubs, IHOP, whatever, you won’t go wrong following him with respect to food.
    Art, Literature, etc…another story, but I digress.

  2. williamcullum Post author

    Aww… I guess. Of course, Mr. Broccoli thinks everything you need to know can be found in the pages of Vanity Fair so you may infer anything you like about that.


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