RUSH Drummer Launches Online Cooking Department
Celebrated RUSH drummer, lyricist, and author Neil Peart is proud to announce the launching of a new cooking department on his web site, Bubba's Bar 'n' Grill.
The motto at Bubba's place is "Good Simple Food," and Neil's kitchen alter-ego, Bubba, offers helpful cooking tips and easy recipes — a modest variety at first, to grow over time — presented through stories that aim to illuminate, instruct, and entertain.
From Bubba's Mission Statement: "I have learned a few things about preparing good simple food that might be worth sharing. In this space I will assemble and present some of that lore, along with some simple recipes, because it seems a shame that other Bubbas (of any gender and ethnicity) should have to suffer the foolishness of my youth — I was in my forties before I learned to cook anything more complicated than soft-boiled eggs."
Visit Bubba's Bar 'n' Grill, where you will learn about "The One Hour Rule," "The Queen's Portion," and why Bubba says, "If you want to impress a woman, bake her a pie."
Grand Opening: July 4, 2009.
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