Archive for the Food & Diet Category

Fruit Cravings

It’s 70 degrees Fahrenheit in London today. Hot, but not hot enough for August! I’d like it to at least 80 degrees. Since the probability of that is slim, I’d to be in the Caribbean – in Montserrat to be exact. My time there in June was way too short and I didn’t get to eat enough fresh fruits. I want more cherries, guavas, guineps, sour sop, sweet sop, coconut, mamisiporte and mangoes, mangoes and more mangoes! Heck, the craving was so strong today that I went to the grocery store in search. And while there were some mangoes, they […]

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The Facebook Diet

I have a love/hate relationship with food. It all started around September 1988 when I left the comforts of Boston for college at the University of Michigan. By the time Thanksgiving rolled around, I had gained the freshmen ten – heck, who am I kidding fifteen pounds. Since then, my weight has been like a roller coaster ride – sometimes up and sometimes down. The frustrating thing is that I don’t really overeat or binge on cookies, chocolate, etc. I just don’t always make smart choices about what I put in my mouth (i.e. given the choice between a baked […]

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Yo quiero Taco Bell

This past weekend I went to Cambridge to visit my nephew. He invited me up to check out his swanky apartment in a very posh new development close to the city centre. While there, he suggested we go up to RAF Lakenheath so that he could show me around the base on which he serves. I was particularly keen to go as I wanted to check out the military exchange store. As we neared the base, my nephew inquired as to whether or not I had a photo ID. I didn’t think I had as I don’t walk with my […]

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Taste of London

A few weeks ago, I was invited by my former colleague and friend who got approval from boss for me to join their corporate hospitality tent at Taste of London. I was quite pleased because I had actually set the whole thing up before I left. On the night of the event, the weather was just gorgeous and this brought out the gluttonous nature in me as I eat way too much food cooked by supposedly “celebrity” chefs. Oh, and let’s not talk about the Champagne and other assorted wines I drank — it was all a bit over the […]

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Soup

A few months ago a casual acquaintance told me that reheated soup never taste as good as when you first make it. At the time I completely dismissed her opinion, however, after a recent helping, I am starting to come around to her way of thinking.

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