All you fuckers eat. You can't deny it. What kinda food you eat? Do you have a favorite?61 posts and 32 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
I tend to eat a lot of protein. I like eggs, chicken, turkey, avocados, salmon, eel, uni, fish roe, cheese, yogurt, kefir, poultry liver pate, peanut butter, almond butter, cashew butter. I avoid fattier meats. I don't like bacon or fatty cuts of beef. I pretty much don't eat pork unless it's a pork chop, which is lean. I'll get acid reflux otherwise. I noticed raw meat and eggs have a settling effect on my stomach. I don't think it has to do with seasoning either. I tried steak tartar for the first time the end of last year. It had a raw egg on top, and it was heavily seasoned with garlic. Garlic usually messes with me, but I guess because the steak was raw, it offset it somehow? That's probably bullshit. Anyway, steak tartar is really good. Actually, it's probably the egg that neutralized the garlic. Hmm…
I eat a lot of fruit too. Every type of fruit. Not a big fan of citrus, again acid reflux. There's a lot of stuff I avoid because of that shit: anything with tomatoes, anything spicy or smoked, coffee, alcohol. And I loved coffee. I used to drink it black. I used to drink two shots of straight espresso at a time. Espresso tastes so good. Now nothing I drink has caffeine in it. Mostly water. Herbal tea sometimes. Sometimes a ginger beer.
I eat oatmeal for breakfast most mornings. I mix olive oil into it and make a divot in the center and scoop in some peanut butter. The heat from the oatmeal makes it a little molten lake of peanut butter. I use the Santa Cruz no stir creamy. I splurge on good olive oil. The bottle I'm using now is from Coratina olives pressed last year.
There's a place nearby that serves a delicious Eggs Benedict. They serve several kinds actually; they're a breakfast joint. Super busy place. I get the one with crab cakes in place of the Canadian bacon. But I almost never eat out.
For dinner tonight, I made a goat cheese omelette and sauteed spinach. I usually slice an avocado on top, but they were all still hard.
German chocolate cake is pretty good.
Ever had chocolate ganache cake? It's super chocolatey. It's like it was made by someone who couldn't decide whether they wanted a cake or a chocolate bar.
I was at a party where a dark chocolate ganache cake was served, and everyone else was getting ice cream. I was like, how? The cake on its own is already so rich and sweet and dense. I'm not a big fan of ice cream. I just don't like cold food.
Which of the these cakes do you like better? If you had to pick, would you go for the slice with more consistent layers, cut to geometric perfection from a smooth cylinder? Or do you choose the fluffy cake with more character? They're both chocolate ganache cakes.