Do you watch competition shows? Baking and cooking shows. I can’t stand them. That’s why I watch them. When I saw the advertisement for Beat Bobby Flay, I couldn’t wait to tune in. Sadly, it didn’t involve a baseball bat so I changed the channel. I recently just finished Blown Away on Netflix. It’s a competition show with glass blowing artists. I love glass art and have enough vases in my house that my funeral is going to be awesome. Glass is so beautiful and to be able to work with it is no easy task. I had the opportunity to work with a glass artists and let me tell you. Glass work is no joke. What I hate about these competition shows is that they ask you to make something from your creative perspective and then they critique you on it. I don’t understand this. “I like what you did here Alex. I just wish you would have used a different color or done a different shape.” Get the fuck outta here. It’s like asking …
I don’t see coffee extract used in recipes or even in stores like I think I should. Maybe it’s me and most times it is but a little coffee in a chocolate recipe can really do wonders.
We all have fear. For reasons only we know. We may not even know. I think it’s what you fear that says a lot about you.
I was on my way to work this morning when I saw a woman wearing the ugliest purple lipstick. My first thought was, “Someone read this months beauty magazine.”
I was filling out a job application recently and they asked how people related through food and how that makes you relatable.
I use nuts a lot in my baking. [Insert trite joke here] Not only baking but in cooking in general. I like a crunch factor in my food.
When was the last time you were out? People watching is a like a sport for me. Do you ever just sit and watch the shit that people do? Man, people are interesting characters. They really are.