The reviews are in! I’m SO going to watch the American remake of Let the Right one In, I really enjoyed the first and I really didn’t wanna see it bastardized BUT it turns out Reeves did the total opposite :) Looking forward to watching it now.
We love animal fats and corn syrup ― and more fruits and vegetables than you might think.
Our favorite morsel from the Web.
Bonnie Azab Powell gets graphic today at Grist, courtesy of Visual Economics. The breakdown shows what the average American eats per year, in a shapeshifting recast of the food pyramid from ideal to actual. Turns out the average American is 36.6 years old, a 5-foot-9 male weighing 190 pounds, or a 5-foot-4 female weighing 164 pounds. Powell:
A quick check of the Mayo Clinic’s Body Mass Index calculator shows that both Joe and Jane Sixpack are thus overweight, with a BMI of 28.1 ― 30 and above is classified as obese.
That abundant body mass comes from milk fats (over 700 pounds of milk, butter, and cheese per year), meats (more than 200 pounds, including fish), and sweeteners (42 pounds of corn syrup). But Powell doesn’t trust all the information the wheel spins:
Oddly, the graphic also shows Americans eating 415.4 pounds of vegetables and 273.2 pounds of fruit. That’s more than 2 pounds of the healthy stuff per day, which seems highly unlikely.
Full sized image here.
Thanks to Aarti Parti, I have these delish Indian recipes. I am obsessed with all indian spices now, yes!
Marinated cajun shrimp, dredged in corn meal, frying in veggie oil.
Pineapple Chutney with fennel, coriander, mayo & cilantro.
Quinoa with dried cherries and indian spices!
The final product, AMAZING.
I NEED this recipe!!!
I’m left handed.
I am too for those who care.
I think that makes me a natural born elite like every other US president!
just giving you my dead honest opinion! :D