A sampling of my parents’ button collection.
Anytime we get quoted alongside Jonathan Gold, it’s a good day.
“‘Cuisine exists in a cultural realm where people can engage in status displays,’ says Kyle Rees, communications manager at the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington. ‘And status items are things that aren’t easily obtained. So if everyone can get music, it loses that value. . . . And the millennial generation, they’re willing to drop the better part of their already low salaries on new food experiences.’”
“It’s like if New York and New Orleans were combined, but then just calmed down.”
— a thing I just said.