Wednesday, May 2, 2012

How to Cook By Patrick Sweeney

First off you need ingredients. 
 Now take a look at all the junk mail ads that normally through away and see what produce is on sale and where. Chances are the best deals will be found at an ethnic market or a establishment that caters towards people with a low income  
(hey that's me)
Try to buy only what is season, grown as locally as possible and what is on sale.  Usually these 3 go together.  It's okay to buy an item or two at full price, but I don't.

I always try to keep a ready supply garlic onions and avocado available for almost everything I cook.

Now what?

Put it in a blender
You made a  Smoothie
Put it in bowl.
 You made  a salad.
Put it between some baked grains.
You made a sandwich.
Put it in the wok.
You made a stir fry.
Put it in on dough a place in the oven.
You made a pizza.
Put in the freezer and add Tequila.
You made desert.
Now for some bonus food porn pics of what I've been eating the last month or so.


  1. He's my inspiration. I am learning on a daily basis. Still I have to adopt my taste. The best of all is that it is made so quickly.

  2. GREAT!!! AWESOME!!! BEAUTIFUL!!! HEALTHY!!! EXCEPT: You can't cook in a teflon or stick-free pan. TONS of chemicals are released into your healthy foods. Get a cast iron skillet...can get them for next to nothing at a thrift store. Don't cook in or on aluminum either. Stainless steel, glass, ceramic/stoneware or iron/steel are your best bets. I have a great hammered steel wok that I use. Got it in a thrift store. Does it rust a bit if I don't dry it immediately? Yes, but there is your IRON for your diet!!! Otherwise, I cook in cast iron, stoneware or glass. Just want you to keep your healthy food HEALTHY!!

  3. gotta agree with Tracy! Go for cast iron, steel, or glass. There is nothing like a well seasoned cast iron skillet!!

    Thanks for the food porn :)

  4. Interested in the desert. Doesn't sound so yummy. How does it taste?