My next idea was to combine the things I love into a super-blog about nothing. It would have aspired to Seinfeldian nothingness (something about nothing that covers everything). But, that's when I hit my second roadblock. A super-blog just sounds tiring. Even if it's about nothing and especially about everything. Ugh, I got tired just writing that sentence.
So, I figure I'll just ramble about things (mostly food-related) that hold my attention long enough to write a blog po...
As a purveyor of fine foods (my customer base is veryexclusive), it is a requirement that I take incredibly close up pictures of the meals that I make so that you, the viewer, can truly grasp the magnificence of the various canned beans, frozen vegetables, Kroger-brand spices and other "not-quite-right-off-the-produce-cart" ingredients that I mix together. A few nights ago I decided to experiment with Quinoa.
Quinoa, for those of you who don't know, is a grain that's not a grain. It has magical powers, which is how it can be a "grain that's not a grain." Science calls it a pseudo cereal (Note: Science may not actually call it that. Wikipedia, a common mouthpiece for internet scientists and scientists on the internet, does classify it as such). It's not magical enough to have a lot of flavor on its own, which is weird because Gandalf probably has enough magic on his own to be imbued with other traits. So I combined the Quinoa with corn, cumin, onions, and fresh cilantro to make a pretty amazing dish.
Without further adieu, HERE IS A MACRO PICTURE OF WHAT I ATE A FEW NIGHTS AGO AHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!1
|Magic Quinoa with more common black beans|