…the best poet is the man who delivers our daily bread: the local...– Pablo Neruda
in an attempt at supporting my country team in what would be their last match at the world cup this year, i made some traditional antojitos to pick at while watching the aztec warriors fall. recipe: nachos de frijol negro y elote good quality corn tortillas (fried to a crisp) homemade refried black beans 1 ear of bread and butter corn (kernels removed) your favorite cheese (grated; i used...
i had rice and beans today
In support of the Mexico team crushing France today.
so today is the attempt (#480) at balancing my life starting from the food i eat to how much i move. the gym will be tonight, afraid to look at the scale in the eye. also, cooking. started out with some coffee and a breakfast bar (which was a step up from the strawberry napoleons). lunch will be challenging. i’ve realized im a stress/emotional eater. part of my self-destructive patterns,...
the soul of a chef
caught up in the cloud that is culinary school and living in the shadow of the industry i am burning to get into, i sometimes forget the simplicity of it all. i tend to overcomplicate formulas that are as simple as basic math, forgetting that cooking is not a scientific equation, but rather a piece created to indulge yourself and others. an intimate cration in which you share things that make you...
day to day grub
in yet another attempt at portion control and self-prescribed willpower, i return to ways of tracking meals. guiding my daily food intake by following (merely as guides) food lists such as anti-inflammation, low-carbs, low sugars, and low-fats has proven effective in times past. i’ve come to terms with the fact that i was not built for dieting. controlling my food intake is like portioning...
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