In this post tech-bubble ecosystem we are, for an overwhelmingly fat part, bottomless feeders. No, we are not eating nonstop, though we are certainly eating way more than our grandparents did. What we can't get enough of, however, is that intangible feed that stretches on into the endless abyss beyond the southernmost limit of your screen.… Continue reading Instagram: we’ve been doing it all wrong
Rounding up 2014, because that seems like the only appropriate thing to do at this point, it seems that avocados and eggs haven't exactly been my thing despite that donburi which may well be one of the highlights of the year. At least for me, 2014 has unfurled into a series of flirtations with NaCl and… Continue reading salt and bovine cellulite
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma, which is living with the result of other peoples' thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition." -Steve Jobs It's… Continue reading all in eh?
It's always in the simplest, purest of ingredients that you notice the biggest difference. This time, I'm shining the light on a local farm that treats their hens right. And of course, happy hens => happy eggs => happy eating. What's even better? I don't even have to stand in line at the farmer's market… Continue reading the Original Drive-Thru
I just realized that I've never actually posted a blueberry recipe here before. How do I even call myself a British Columbian right? I do have a handful of blueberry recipes rolled up my sleeve, but it can be tough sometimes to actually go and feature something when you are figuratively swamped by it. Yeah, yeah,… Continue reading Take a minute
Like everyone, I use filters. Oh how we adore them. We filter our lives through Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. It's fantastic - it's like Sephora, except not just for the female visage - it's for everyone's cyber avatar (which could arguably be a disturbingly independent, distinct identity from its owner). But filtering is more than selectively publishing life… Continue reading Caught