is a friend of mine. I went to his wedding; I've slept at his house; I've petted
his dogs, and admired him from afar. Milton is a seminary trained minister, and
one of the smartest and most passionate I know. And he doesn't give a rip for
things that don't matter, which means it's never been easy for him to find a
place in church. That's because churches so often emphasize and obsess over
things that don't really matter.
So now Milton is a chef. And like everything he
does, his work is deep and thoughtful.
You want to hear a deeply spiritual man, one who has
serious theological training and can cook like the guys on TV, talk about lent,
ashes, and how reducing our lives to their essence is like preparing a demi-glace
You probably won't read
anything better this Lenten season.