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Wednesday
Jul082015

get cooking.

I'm a big fan of doing my own cooking lately--it helps me keep my diet clean and saves some money. these might just be the best cookbooks I've ever seen.

 

the united states of pizza

 

tacolicious

 

velochef

 

thug kitchen

 

- james

 

Monday
Mar122012

Tuna on rye.

This is lunch. Basic tuna on rye.

Added onions and bell peppers to the tuna.

Topped it all off with a tasty lettuce blend.

It's beautiful day out, so why not enjoy a sanwhich?

- Taylor

Wednesday
Feb292012

Gobble Gobble.

Today I went for a ride. It was very enjoyable yet saddening at the same time. Wait, what do you mean Taylor? Well, let me enlighten you. For starters, any time I get to ride a bike I thoroughly enjoy myself. Let me specify: any time I get to ride my bike that is. I hate riding anything else; it's just awkward and feels wrong. People who ride bikes know what I'm talking about. No matter how much adjustmenting you do to making it more comfortable, it’s never gonna feel quite like the setup yu've come to know and love. Now where was I? Oh yes, my ride was enjoyable because I hadn’t ridden in forever, and it was nice to get back in the ol' saddle, so to speak. That was the fun and enjoyable part. If you've ever participated regularly in a sport or any physical activity that requires stamina and strength, and then stopped doing it for an extended period of time, and then decided to pick it up again, you know what comes next...soreness. It had been a considerable amount of time since I had last ridden my bike: far longer than I care to mention, so I won’t. That being said, the legs I once owned, that had pushed the pedals with quickness and grace were not where I thought I'd left them. Instead, they had been replaced with two weak, noodle-like ligaments that gently rested upon the pedals. That was the sad part. I have fallen out of riding shape and it makes me feel terrible. But I plan on changing that and becoming the fast rider I used to be. Hopefully muscle memory is quick to snap back, we’ll see.

After the ride I needed to eat something to refuel, and prevent my muscles from disintegrating all together. I opted for the turkey burger you see above ^. It’s the perfect, delicious, lean, protein I needed. I am a big fan of turkey burgers. Don’t get me wrong, I loves me a cheeseburger, but I’ll never turn down a turkey. You've never had a turkey burger? Really? Well I think it’s about time you change that, my friend. You really are missing out. 

If you ride, let me know. I’m down to ride, and you’ll be great motivation to get my butt out there and back on the streets. Ride safe and eat up!

- Taylor

Monday
Feb202012

Hearty Eggs.

- Taylor

Thursday
Jan192012

Moolah And The Guac.

 

Chips and Guacamole are classic. The chip itself, a staple in the world of snacking. It's one of the go-to's. After you've made your chip selection you often ask yourself, "What could complete this snacking experience?" The good thing here is you have unlimited options. Mine is clearly guacamole, but yours doesn't have to be. It can be salsa, melted/unmelted cheese, French onion dip, hummus or whatever else your little brain can imagine to dip a chip into or put on top of it. The possibilities are endless. Give me an avocado, a little salsa, some spices and a little lime juice and we're in business. It's nothing fancy, or like some cheap restaurant pretending to be better than they are by calling things 'gourmet', just a basic guacamole mix that is complimented perfectly by a crispy chip. That's another thing, the chip shouldn't stand out. The chip is the supporting role to the much tastier star of the snack, the guacamole. If your chips taste better than your guacamole then you've done something very wrong my friend; try again, or don't, depending on how bad it was. You can leave it to someone who knows what they're doing. This is not one of those try until you get it right things. You either get it or you don't.

 

I approve chips and gucamole as a solid, Drip Cult-worthy snack option. Eat up friends.

- Taylor

Sunday
Jan152012

Egg Sandwiches.

I made egg sandwiches for Adam and I this morning that were expectedly delicious. The egg sandwich never lets you down. It's a very simple sandwich: egg, cheese, mayo and bread. You can always spruce it up with a little ham, bacon, tomato or avocado too. We kept it basic this morning. I do wish now that I used some avocados though, but there's always next time. 

Egg sandwiches always remind me of one place and two people. The place is Utah and the people are Andrew and Jose. They know what I'm talking about. We all got pretty good at making our egg sandwiches, then again, that's about all we ate for a few months for breakfast. Good times and good memories. This one goes out to us guys. Long like the Temple of Doom.

- Taylor

Monday
Dec052011

Bacon Grease Eggs.

Breakfast for today. Finals week. Been busy, sorry guys.

- Taylor

Wednesday
Nov232011

Breakfast - 11.23.11.

 

This is what I had for breakfast today. Blueberry waffles and bacon. Yum.

- Taylor 

Thursday
Nov102011

Homemade Pumpkin Pie.

 

I love pumpkin pie. I love it like a fat kid loves cake. There is something special about this time of year and it’s the pumpkin pie. I don’t know what it is about pumpkin pie, but if it’s available I need to be eating it. I don’t think of myself as addicted, just committed. Pre-made store bought pumpkin pies weren’t available yet and I needed a pumpkin pie fix. So Kelli and I made one, well mostly Kelli. Yeah, my woman can bake and she can bake better than yours. We bought a sugar pumpkin, baked it, scooped out the insides, blended it up into a paste and had our real pumpkin ready to go. Next of course came the added ingredients such as an egg, condensed sweet milk, and various spices. We also employed the skills of Kyle, Kelli’s dad, who is basically a master chef and can create a delicious explosion of flavor in your mouth that will leave you wanting more every time. Let it be known that he just showed us a pan flouring technique and nothing more. Also let it be known that the man can flour a pan very impressively. There is a real art and form to it. Once our pan was flour we laid in our pie crust, formed it to the pan and poured in what would become our pumpkin pie. A very tedious hour and a half later, an hour of cooking with a half hour of cooling, we had a beautiful pumpkin pie ready to eat. Hands down this pumpkin pie was one of the best pies I have ever eaten. I don’t know if it was the recipe, the ingredients or the TLC that went into making this amazing pie; but it was magical. I highly recommend making a pumpkin pie from scratch. It is worth the work and the wait. It is a delicious treat that you will remember time and time again. The only thing I warn you about is you may scar yourself and taint your taste buds. Once they taste and enjoy the amazingness of homemade pumpkin pie nothing will compare. Thanks again Kelli, you make a mean homemade pumpkin pie.

- Taylor

Tuesday
Oct182011

The Great Pumpkin Rescue.

 

What you have just witnessed is the rescue of this pumpkin in need named Tomas. We found him lonely out in the world and in dire need of help. We knew we had to save this pumpkin and give him the opportunity to live. A few surgical incisions and a few handfuls of inners later, Tomas was saved. He thankfully and graciously gave his pumpkin seeds which were the only things he could offer. We declined at first, but he insisted. Tomas also told us that if we cover the seeds in sugar, cinnamon and butter that they would be delicious. Tomas was right. If you have the means and good heart to go out a save a pumpkin this season I suggest you do it. You won’t regret helping out and you will change a life forever. Make this year's Halloween count.

Check out the Flickr for more pictures of Tomas' rescue HERE.