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Organic n. 1. an unnatural phenomenon arising from the need of a major portion of the affluent community to justify their misgivings at the failure of recycling to adequately alleviate misplaced guilt and thereby grow things in shit, and only shit, and deny animals adequate and equal medical attention and inoculation against disease. 2. derog a grave condition that deludes one into thinking that it is socially acceptable to impose one’s fallacious dietary restrictions on others, esp on the host of a dinner party, without notice. Compare: VEGETARIAN, VEGAN, DICK. 3. v. a process of denial by which the mind tricks one into false righteousness and a general distrust of human progress.
In case, oh beloved readers, any of you feel the urge to surfeit my lips with amour, I shall have it known that I have been fortunate enough to have seen, or by proxy of a very close family member, have been assured that the habitat of any and all crayfish whose meat has passed my lips was, and always was, that of the ocean, pulled hence under watchful eye. Unless of course, by some malignant and baleful ruse, a scallywag of appreciable dedication found it a fitting use of his time to catch some crays, ripen them in his toilet, bring them back to the ocean and pretend to pull them fresh from the traps. A genius, a trickster just the same.
Your Baguette Is Wrong

Your Baguette Is Wrong

Waffles

Waffles

Pizza Edicts.

Pizza Edicts.

F*ck Puck Pizza Dough

F*ck Puck Pizza Dough

Caramelized Onions Topped with Swiss and Radish Sprouts

Caramelized Onions Topped with Swiss and Radish Sprouts

Summer Squash Risotto

Summer Squash Risotto

Organic n. 1. an unnatural phenomenon arising from the need of a major portion of the affluent community to justify their misgivings at the failure of recycling to adequately alleviate misplaced guilt and thereby grow things in shit, and only shit, and deny animals adequate and equal medical attention and inoculation against disease. 2. derog a grave condition that deludes one into thinking that it is socially acceptable to impose one’s fallacious dietary restrictions on others, esp on the host of a dinner party, without notice. Compare: VEGETARIAN, VEGAN, DICK. 3. v. a process of denial by which the mind tricks one into false righteousness and a general distrust of human progress.
In case, oh beloved readers, any of you feel the urge to surfeit my lips with amour, I shall have it known that I have been fortunate enough to have seen, or by proxy of a very close family member, have been assured that the habitat of any and all crayfish whose meat has passed my lips was, and always was, that of the ocean, pulled hence under watchful eye. Unless of course, by some malignant and baleful ruse, a scallywag of appreciable dedication found it a fitting use of his time to catch some crays, ripen them in his toilet, bring them back to the ocean and pretend to pull them fresh from the traps. A genius, a trickster just the same.
Your Baguette Is Wrong

Your Baguette Is Wrong

Waffles

Waffles

Pizza Edicts.

Pizza Edicts.

F*ck Puck Pizza Dough

F*ck Puck Pizza Dough

Aubergine

Aubergine

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Caramelized Onions Topped with Swiss and Radish Sprouts

Caramelized Onions Topped with Swiss and Radish Sprouts

Milk Toast

Milk Toast

Summer Squash Risotto

Summer Squash Risotto

"Organic n. 1. an unnatural phenomenon arising from the need of a major portion of the affluent community to justify their misgivings at the failure of recycling to adequately alleviate misplaced guilt and thereby grow things in shit, and only shit, and deny animals adequate and equal medical attention and inoculation against disease. 2. derog a grave condition that deludes one into thinking that it is socially acceptable to impose one’s fallacious dietary restrictions on others, esp on the host of a dinner party, without notice. Compare: VEGETARIAN, VEGAN, DICK. 3. v. a process of denial by which the mind tricks one into false righteousness and a general distrust of human progress."
"In case, oh beloved readers, any of you feel the urge to surfeit my lips with amour, I shall have it known that I have been fortunate enough to have seen, or by proxy of a very close family member, have been assured that the habitat of any and all crayfish whose meat has passed my lips was, and always was, that of the ocean, pulled hence under watchful eye. Unless of course, by some malignant and baleful ruse, a scallywag of appreciable dedication found it a fitting use of his time to catch some crays, ripen them in his toilet, bring them back to the ocean and pretend to pull them fresh from the traps. A genius, a trickster just the same."

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