I might be alone and cold on a Friday night.
But I’ve got chili and cornbread so shut your mouth.
I hate when advertising feels the need to state that the star ingredient in their product is real. As if that is a shining accomplishment?
Cheese crackers, made with real cheese!
Ginger Ale, with real ginger!
Cheese burger, we swear it’s real beef!
That should not need to be clarified,
why do we live in a world where we need to be reassured that what we’re eating is, in fact, really what we think we’re eating?
There are a million things you can tell me about your product and the best you can do is confirm that it’s real?
jude law eating salad
I just made a plate of nachos with all the most wonderful toppings I could find.
I even sprung for artisan cheese from the fancy ass cheese section.
and grilled fresh corn and tomatoes
There has to be at leat 4 pounds on this plate.
It’s all mine.
I hope heaven turns out to be a 24 hour Olive Garden with literally endless soup, salad and bread-sticks, and that you never get bloated there. Now that would be a real blessing.
Poor kid’s egg drop soup:
Ramen (only half the seasoning packet, crack up the noodles)
Egg (scrambled, drizzled into hot broth while stirring)
Seasoning to taste (ginger and white pepper if you want to be real accurate to the actual dish)
Sometimes a tiny dollop of butter or a little cornstarch if its not creamy enough.
If you want to get real classy you can put a slice of american cheese on top. not my personal favorite combination, but some people like it.
I’m a huge fan of the photo series/blog Scanwiches
and wanted to try my hand at food-on-scanner photography.
It is not as appealing or clean as I would like it to be.