When I first started New Food Picky Eater it was for a class. I clearly stopped writing when the class ended. This blog wasn’t meant to be a long term thing. However, for those 10 weeks of class and writing about my experiences I realized something.
Disappointment. If I could think of one word, that describes Indian food, it would be disappointment. Maybe I should have gone into this experience with no standards or low expectations. Before trying Indian food, I had only heard the best things about it. No one has ever told me that it isn’t good; however, no one ever prepared me for how plain it is.Read More »
“Just get the Viva Las Vegas Roll. You’re trying new foods anyways. It will be good. I promise.” That was my boyfriend’s way of getting me to try this roll that I really did not want to try.Read More »
Do you remember that scene in the movie Ratatouille when the food critic tries the ratatouille that Remy, the rat, made? You can see in his face and eyes that that ratatouille he ate right there, in that moment, was the best food he had tasted since his childhood.
For those of you who don’t know, I have a dog and his name is Sticks. He is the light of my life and I couldn’t love him anymore than I do with each passing day. Believe it or not but this dog is a pretty picky eater too. “What goes to the ground, goes to the hound” does not apply to him. Like me, he loves burgers and strays away from greens.
Believe it or not, a lot of bakers do not like to eat a lot of sweets. The sugar gets real old, real fast. Don’t get me wrong, the flavors, the textures, all the different chocolates are all so good, but only in moderation. When it comes to trying new desserts, I feel like Gordon Ramsey. I am very critical of how desserts taste and look.
Bacon is bacon. Other names for bacon include but are not limited to: pork belly, yummy breakfast food, delicious wrapping around various foods, etc. etc. Names that are not bacon are coconut flakes. Coconut flakes are not bacon. They do not look like bacon and they certainly do not taste like bacon.