... the other Black experience
This group is for people who love to eat, but it's not that serious.
Did you invent something magical with the three random things in your fridge? Share the deets here.
Location: Your Mouth/Anywhere
Latest Activity: Mar 18
Started by Deekah Wyatt. Last reply by Audacious Dec 11, 2012.
Started by conspicuious green. Last reply by Audacious Dec 11, 2012.
Started by DanielaInfinity Feb 26, 2009.
I eat to live and party to die, but the former has overtaken the latter. I prepare differently a handful of staples, but loathe foodie-fanaticism. I worked once in a kitchen and the chef commented that I was concerned about what I ate but I wasn't fanatical about it. I recall when one could spend several social hours and never hear "What's your favorite restaurant?" I never prepare a meal manufacturred by a consumer products company or eat at fast filth restaurants. But my general health is probably fair to middling because I love crumpled blue cheese and virgin olive oil with my pasta and rice, and I eat two inch thick centercut porkchops rather than any beef. What's called soul food isn't the same to me since my mother's mother passed to the next energy level (I haven't had fried chicken since). Soul food in abundance kills, so I avoid it, but I don't abstain, especially not for whatever is hyped on food networks and other media.
Eating is so subjective, by comparsion loving appears to be a by the numbers ritual. Simple ingredients done complexly satisfies me: rosemary in rice, walnuts in cornbread, raisins and cinnamon in my plain yougurt, four or five spices (neverany salt) on my roasting chicken or pork chop. I hate turkey.
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