Making food is a wonderful way to spend a Friday night.
There’s a particular recipe – my Malteser cake – that people often message me about.
I’m convinced, with heightened awareness, that there will come a time when we look back and say, “Can you believe that people used to eat animals?”
I love to cook and I love food, so for me the first experience of that is always the smell. I also think that the connections we make, whether good or bad, are always connected to smell.
My overall food philosophy is, if it’s real, I’ll eat it. Many things are processed and contain chemicals and ingredients I can’t pronounce. I want real food.
My wife doesn’t cook, so we eat out every night. It’s not fine dining or anything — we’re not fancy people. Last night, we went to Johnny Rockets.
I am really excited to create content for The Outset and be involved in our brand in that way. I’m curious about interacting with the consumer and being a part of those conversations. But I don’t need to share pictures of my breakfast in order to do that. I feel like I can be accessible […]
I’m not really a jam person – my family and I mostly do the hand-to-mouth method. The moss around the lava all around Reykjavík is covered in berries. People just sort of sit on the ground and pick them straight into their mouths. It has the most vitamins to do it straight. Just like breastmilk, […]
Going to see my grandparents was like going back 50 years. Every weekend was a history lesson in Southern food.
I have a high tolerance for coffee and I’m nothing until I have at least two cups of coffee. I’m an espresso guy. I order four shots and I would slam two cappuccinos back to back.