What is that cabbage salad?
Could we use an immersion blender?
What's the alternative if we don't have a blender?
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution
THE RETURN OF M. WELLS, OF COURSE! And Hall and Oates.
Avocado toast a la Cafe Gitane -- smooshed on super grainy toast, served with a squeeze of lemon juice and fleks of red pepper.
Filet mignon actually - first steak I ever had, my red meat gateway drug!
I'm going to go for the median: 4lbs.
In Brazil (in particular pizza-crazed Sao Paulo) they have CIRCULAR pizza boxes... I think this should be the new trend.
i would have an onigiri filled with ikura, some wakame salad, and little cupcake wrapper filled with blueberries. then something sweet, like a sliver of pandan cake!
I really like Whole Foods' options of coffee; I get it grinded there then stick it in the freezer, and use my little french press. I just choose whatever variety, depending on price. I prefer making my own coffee in the morning - it tastes way better, I never have to use sugar, and I save a boatload of money.
Tampapo, of course! I'm a total ramen and Japanese culture/history nut. It was the perfect blend of food worship and embodied a lot of the hardworking Japanese ethic of reaching absolute perfection which was very reflective of the time period.
Also, I loved the little scene where Tampapo's son goes into the fancy restaurant with the well-dined bums and make omu-rice.... total whimsy.
frozen berries and eggo waffles. MMMM. also, trader joe's absolutely perfect haricot verts.
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