On weekdays, he never eats anything with a face.
Have you seen this under-four-minute TED talk? It could change your life.
And while we’re talking food . . . of total inconsequence, but because some of expressed an interest in my expired-food hobby (Hiccups and Hangovers, Parts I and II) . . . I suppose I should raise the issue of “pairing.” You know? As our Santorini wine-tasting tour guide tried to teach us?
In this case, however, it was not wine and fish, it was Hellman’s Lite Mayonnaise and fish cubes.
Sunday, I grabbed a half-pound of frozen fish cubes “best used by 11/4/16” . . . microwaved for a minute and then simmered in a frying until golden brown . . . and then paired them with until-recently-unrefrigerated mayonnaise “best used by January 31, 2017.” Not even three months apart. Really good.
Watch the afore-linked TED talk!
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The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much, it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.~Franklin D. Roosevelt
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