Anyone want some Greek food for lunch?
thanks, inothernews: shorterexcerpts: I was thinking of trying some Lopadotemakhoselakhogaleokranioleipsanodrimhypotrimmatosilphiokarabomelitokatakekhymenokikhlepikossyphophattoperisteralektryonoptokephalliokigklopeleiolagōiosiraiobaphētraganopterýgōn. (Yes, today is Brobdingnagian Day. No non-Sesquipedalians allowed.) Is that like a calzone? i’ll bet no...
my followers are the best ever! ♥
attn followers: what do you think?
here’s the deal - i personally like to follow all of my followers. i think that if you’re that interested in what i have to “say,” then i care enough to want to know what you’re all about, too. the problem i’ve been trying to work out recently is that since this is my food blog, i’m only going to reblog food related things, and use my “like”s...
i like to strip my pizza of cheese and toppings...
(i agree, andytheasthmaticchef) the crust is usually the best part!
Recipe: Penne Avocado and Bacon →
(damn you, baconbaconbacon) always tempting me away from my healthy ambitions with your bacon and cream sauce…
delia's perfect poached eggs →
greekalicious: humblecuisine: thanks, foodwhore: Delia’s Perfect Poached Eggs (via Apartment Therapy The Kitchn) now i kind of want poached eggs on toast for dinner… had to go back and find this after i read your recent post humblecuisine - definitely going to poach an egg tomorrow for breakfast! :] do it!
oh, and btw,
i made that poached egg on toast i posted earlier like i said i would, in the method described by that article, and it came out perfectly. the trick is definitely cracking the egg in a cup first, and then pouring it carefully from the cup into the boiling water. so good.
grey, rainy day at work = late afternoon coffee and muffin, to me.
some of you know i was raised in a french town, so i have all of these little...– realrealsoft ♥ this is the reason we do what we do! ♥
You Are What You Eat →
thanks, jtwells, herbivorg: […] if the aphorism holds true—if we really are what we eat—then refrigerators are like windows into our souls. Mark Menjivar made a collection of photographs of strangers’ refrigerators exploring the “you are what you eat” saying. Really interesting stuff.
Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food– Hippocrates (460 - 359 BC) (thanks, symposio!)
a.k.a. breaking the fast, is so hard for me for some reason. it’s actually one of the most difficult things for me to adjust about my lifestyle when i’m trying to be more healthy. i’ve had low sugar cereal (shredded spoonfuls - actually one of my favorite cereals!), organic skim milk, and blackberries waiting for me at the office the past two days, but i just can’t get up...
The Truth About Diet Soda - MSN Health & Fitness -... →
thanks, habitualnourishment:nutritionista: THANK YOU. People need to realize that diet pop (er sorry, “soda” for most of you) is nasty AND there’s nothing “diet” about it. (via losingweightinthecity) AMEN. for serious.
Real Food Media Blog Network: Real Food, Small... →
thanks, habitualnourishment:marfamonstar: Probably one of the best sites that I’ve come across so far with regards to nourishing/real foods. A definite must read for anyone who is interested. (And you should all be interested dammit!)