You can currently watch the entire documentary for free. It’s all about our relationships with food and ourselves. It pretty much summarizes everything I’ve been learning and saying for the last few years. I highly recommend it for everyone.
You know what’s an irreversible waste of time, money and effort? Eating food you take pleasure in eating. I mean, wouldn’t you rather just ingest a tasteless form of sustenance for the rest of your life and never have to go through that tedious rigmarole of opening and eating a pre-made sandwich or enjoying a huge hungover fry-up ever again? Rob Rhinehart – a 24-year-old software engineer from Atlanta and, presumably, an impossibly busy man – thinks so.
#pasta #salad and #homemade #burgers for #dinner? Yes please! #health #couplecooking 🍔🍷👌💕
Pizza frittata. Eggs, milk, pizza sauce, mozarella cheese, onions, garlic, basil, oregano, and pepperoni.
Cooking with the Mermaid Inn: Lobster Knuckle Escargot
“You just twist here, pull there, and crack it open,” says Michael Cressotti, executive chef at Manhattan seafood spot The Mermaid Inn, tossing the limp shell of a butchered lobster aside. He slides one blade of a kitchen shear into the joint between the claw and leg and slices the hard shell open, exposing the pearlescent meat within. “See, this is the knuckle,” he explains. “Simple.”
I made a cookies and cream protein shake but instead of water or milk I used lemonade and threw in some frozen raspberries. Part of me thinks it’s disgusting, the flavours are bizarre and yet I have no issue drinking it. It’s a weird weird feeling.
All dressed bagel, turkey, pickle, ham, spinach, egg (cooked with various spices) and mozarella cheese. Verdict, amazing.
Generally lasagna, but as I’m lactose intolerant it has to be worth it.