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Kenny Shopsin's Creative Process

As promised earlier, here is an excerpt from Eat Me: The Food and Philosophy of Kenny Shopsin about creativity.

“Cooking, for me, is a creative process, and I believe that people who are creative are creative for one of two reasons: Either they are going for truth and beauty, or they create as a way to dilute the venom produced by the subconscious minds.

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Eat me - Shopsin's Philosophy

Eat Me: The Food and Philosophy of Kenny Shopsin is most definitely one of my favorite, cooking, food writing, philosophy and design books. Its witty, thoughtful, informative, blatantly honest and at times appropriately NYC gritty. 372 more words

Food Writing

The Celebrity Alkaline Diet - JERF in Disguise?

As I was browsing the news websites earlier today, I noticed the following headline, complete with a picture of model Elle Machpherson, looking fabulous in her 50s:   656 more words

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Yes, There Is A Toaster That Will Toast Your Likeness Onto Bread

As if splashing your selfie over social media isn’t enough, self-indulgence can now be obtained to an even higher degree by literally indulging in your own face, by way of toast. 282 more words

Boozy fruit

Bourbon cherries! Aw yissssssss!

Step one

Take a sugar cube or teaspoon of sugar and put in suitable tumbler. Add several drops of Angostura Bitters (three being the generally agreed upon amount), add a dash of water and muddle. 260 more words


Apricot and Pistachio Tartlets

I’ve not been keeping up so well with the running this week. It’s a combination of finishing late at work, being stuck in many long traffic jams, and simply finding the motivation after the long hours away from home. 174 more words

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