Pin ItToday was one of those days: 10 hours of work; literally running several blocks, two trains, and up a few flights of stairs to an audition. Then I darted as fast as I could after work to Costco to pick up my contact lenses before they closed. On the train ride home all I […]
Monthly Archives: September 2010
The other night I became Cruella Deville. The final minutes of my Clarke Kent job began to tick away and the pangs of hunger hit. So, I went into my faithful “monster bag” for relief. For the first time in forever there was NOTHING. No nuts. No soy milk. No fruit. No chips. Not even any candy that the loving guy at security gives me each morning. NOTHING. Minutes to go, and I think “eh, no worries. It’s only 20 minutes until I get home”. I run downstairs and my train is right there! I’m thinking “Kimet”. We are rolling along just fine and then lurch! The train stops on the bridge for like 25 minutes. And then came Cruella!
Food of the Day: Sesame Seeds
Sesame seeds may look tiny and delicate but, these crunchy seeds add a big jolt of flavor to your dishes. Not to mention, did you know it also gives you Copper, Magnesium, Tryptophan, Calcium, Manganese, Iron, Phosphorus, Zinc, B1 and Fiber.
My Own Little Chemistry Set
In school, when I was still on the “normal” non artistic track of academia, I was slightly obsessed with Science; Bio and Chem were mesmerizing. Maybe it was the clear narrative/cause and effect aspect that hooked me, this begets this begets this begets this. Or, it could just be my morbid fascination I have with how things work, the thigh bones connected to the knee bone and the knee bones connected to the…
How Happy is Your Chicken?
On Saturday morning, I went about my weekly journey to my favorite big box store, The Big “C”, in Brooklyn. This trip was different; however, since my lovely landlord was coming with me on this adventure, for the first time. It is always fun to have company on a trip, but it is especially fun when said company owns a CAR! Dunt dunt dunnnn! Score one for not having to lug all my stuff on the D train. I had my weekly list ready, so there would be no dilly dallying around. Well… not much anyway. Above all, I was most definitely going to stick to my mandatory budget.
Here’s the Long and Short of It…
Who am I? I am bagged, boxed, heat pressured into snack cakes, the center of many meals and even used as flavoring in beer products… Give up? … I’m rice. Whether you use the instant microwave kind, throw it into a rice cooker, or a good old fashion pot, odds are, you have had several servings of it in the past week alone. Or if you are anything like I use to be it, you eat it several times a day.