The B.L.T. !!! Bacon Lettuce Tomato Sandwich.
In protest of all those soggy, sad sandwiches sitting on cold refrigerated supermarket shelves in plastic triangles, this is February’s Worship your Sandwich Edition.
<Warning!> Only for the brave of heart.
Smoked Back Bacon on crunchy toasted seedy brown bread, with mustard tinted mayo, soft lettuce leaves freshly cut from the plant, juicy tomato slices and creamy avocado. Please, stop drooling.
No sir, there is no room for any pale white watery iceberg lettuce round these here parts. Make sure you have overly ripe toms and ready to eat avocado. Choose your favourite bacon, streaky or back, smoked or non-smoked, up to you.
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Catching Fire, How Cooking Made Us Human – Richard Wrangham
Rating : 4.5/5 stars
Overview : “I hope that every one puts this book on their reading list. An exceptionally great, insightful book.” – Roasted Ginger
Review Summary :This book is the book I have been waiting for all my life, without even knowing it. If you are interested in food at all, this book explains more than you could wish for. While keeping relatively scientific, it still manages to explain its topics without the reader having to know esoteric knowledge or head to a science dictionary.
This is the first in a series ”Worship Your Sandwich”.
The series will continue on the 10th of each month for 2014.
It is so frustratingly depressing to see people making a sandwich on pre-sliced white bread, with terrible meats and crappy condiments. People, seriously?! Take pride in your sandwich and make it the real deal.
It’s 2014! Who knew it would come this fast? I hope that everyone has started off the year in the best way, full of joy and ready to have a fabulous year full of good times. Many of you may have made some new year resolutions to make a change for the better. This is mine.
My New Year Resolution – To not eat any Aquatic Animals for the year.
I am not going to eat shellfish.
Not going to eat fresh water fish.
I am not going to eat salt water fish.
Not going to eat farmed fish.
I’m not going to eat flat fish.
Not going to eat round fish.
If it lives in water, I am not going to eat it.
It is a slightly unusual one to make and some people might ask “why not become a vegetarian?” for my resolution.
Let’s start off by saying that I do not believe there is anything wrong with eating something that was once alive. I respect that many people can have a varying view on this matter and it is a complex one. Nevertheless, I do believe we should all be more conscious of what we are eating and the consequences of getting it onto our plates.
For a long time I have wondered about if eating fish is ethically okay for myself but it has not stopped me until now. You hear about dolphin friendly tuna, line caught this, environmentally friendly policies and over fishing this, that, or the other. Are any of these buzz words and phrases really good enough to save our fishy friends?
Recently you may of heard of the controversy surrounding the documentary Blackfish, about ocras (killer whales) in captivity. I fully support the Blackfish Revolution since having watched it and wish it the best of luck in helping captive marine life.