Monthly Archives: February 2011

Quit playin games, salad

If I wanted to eat a bowl of veins, I’d be a vampire. If I wanted to eat a bowl of lettuce veins, I’d get a salad at any major dining chain every day of my life. MYYYY goodness! How … Continue reading

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Quieting the Chocolate Craving

Trying not to eat a whole bunch of dessert instead of just a small amount of dessert is one of the most demanding psychological challenges one can face. How can you trick yourself into doing something when you are neither … Continue reading

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Information Regarding Raw Eggs

Raw eggs, okay? The culturally accepted foods homemade mayonnaise,  hollandaise sauce and some Caesar dressings all contain them. People on TV always drink raw egg “protein shakes.” Yet indulging in a single cookie dough glob strikes fears into the hearts … Continue reading

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Relationship Advice.

I have 12 boyfriends worldwide, like on that episode of Modern Family where Claire’s friend from high school (played by Minnie Driver) is like “I have one in San Francisco, Paris, New York… Oh, and one more, I can’t remember….” … Continue reading

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Most delicious triangle you will ever eat in your life

I don’t know if it’s just me, but this combination of flavors is INSANELY DELICIOUS. I’m seriously so obsessed with how good this tastes that I think there must be something wrong with me. This can’t seem as amazing to … Continue reading

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Be an Anarchist Today and Roast a Chicken

Comedy Central ROAST of chickens. And it would have all “why did the chicken cross the road?” jokes. Heh. “Roasting” a whole chicken is not hard. You put it in the oven; you wait. Buying a whole chicken is usually … Continue reading

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Vanilla was told it had 3 weeks to live 5 years ago.

When I was younger I didn’t even believe vanilla was a flavor. I just thought it meant “without flavor added.” I don’t feel like chocolate ice cream; please remove the chocolate. Okay. That’s called vanilla. I was also debilitatingly puzzled … Continue reading

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