1. I made a massive lasagna. Merry Christmas!!

    I made a massive lasagna. Merry Christmas!!

  2. Guys, I poached that egg like a BAWSE.

    Guys, I poached that egg like a BAWSE.

  3. Look at my sammich. Just look at it.

    Look at my sammich. Just look at it.

  4. pbs-food:

Tofu Avocado Salad Recipe | Fresh Tastes Blog | Marc Matsumoto

How was I not already following PBS Food?! I am disappointed in myself.

    pbs-food:

    Tofu Avocado Salad Recipe | Fresh Tastes Blog | Marc Matsumoto

    How was I not already following PBS Food?! I am disappointed in myself.

  5. Blue Ribbon Sushi. I had some incredible sushi last night. It was so OMFG-delicious, I needed to commemorate it on my blog.

    Blue Ribbon Sushi. I had some incredible sushi last night. It was so OMFG-delicious, I needed to commemorate it on my blog.

  6. November 22nd, 2011: Breakfast this morning… I planned on making “he bao dan" but broke one of the yolks mid-turn. Noob move. :(
Good thing I like eggs over-medium too. :)

    November 22nd, 2011: Breakfast this morning… I planned on making “he bao dan" but broke one of the yolks mid-turn. Noob move. :(

    Good thing I like eggs over-medium too. :)

  7. August 15th, 2011 - An incomplete photo diary of what I ate yesterday.

    Justin taught me how to use our Gaggia espresso machine while he made us soy lattes. We lamented that even though I had worked at Starbucks for nearly a year, I never learned how to actually tamp a proper espresso shot, since their entire process is machine automated. For shame.

    The roasted broccoli was a leftover side from my ‘Snice lunch. I took it out during our Monday staff meeting and it was so good, I ate the entire thing. Allan was amused at my meeting behavior and took this photo with his iPad.

    After work, I caught up with Steve, Zadi, and Dan over super fresh sushi in the East Village. I had a really great time - dinner with these three is always a riot. What a great way to end the day. :)

  8. “Shifting less than one day per week’s worth of calories from red meat and dairy products to chicken, fish, eggs, or a vegetable-based diet achieves more greenhouse gas reduction than buying all locally sourced food.”

    – 

    Local Food or Less Meat? Data Tells The Real Story (Harvard Business Review)

    (via Local Me)

      (via adriennes)

    That’s worth knowing.

    (via mikehudack)

    Makes sense. A few thoughts/questions:

    1. Local food still makes a difference to the planet. Local + less red meat = the ideal solution.
    2. Local foodies tend to eat more and varied foods. Less burgers, more veggies.
    3. This study is about environmental concerns, but I’m curious how this affects animals. I honestly don’t see the demand for red meat declining in any serious way.  How do you best support humane treatment of animals, by not eating them or by supporting farms that treat them humanely? 
    4. In the long run, which actually, more fully aligns eating habits with nature? Local, sustainable food or not eating meat once a week?  

    (via ericmortensen)

    Eric and Mike - Interesting! Have you guys seen this short, to-the-point, wonderful TED talk by Graham Hill about weekday vegetarianism? Call if part-time vegetarianism or flexitarianism if you will.

    (Source: localme, via ericmortensen)

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