The cake was made for the opening of Ray Caesar’s recent solo exhibition, A Dangerous Inclination, at the Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles.
I shit you not. This article exists.
I don’t live in America, but that is the best president you will ever have. Don’t screw it up when it’s time for election again cause this man is actually fixing your country and the shit that Bush fucked up. He’s not a fucking magician, he won’t fix everything with a snap of his fingers, but he’s at least doing something.
AND ALL WHILST BEING AWESOME.
THIS, A HUNDRED TIMES THIS
This. At least he’s trying.
I couldn’t agree more with the first comment. Seriously guys.
Is producing good, nutritious food “profoundly important”?
No. Absolutely not. Eating good, nutritious food is important. We leave the actual production of food to other people, like chefs and farmers and butchers, as well as large agricultural and food processors. We do this because we live in an advanced economy that rewards specialization. It’s why you pick up a $3 loaf of bread instead spending an hour and a half (and $2.50 worth of ingredients) baking it yourself.
Members of the food cult would like you to believe that food is intrinsic to our self-being and that if you don’t know the provenance of your kale, then you may as well give up on life now. Sure, we need food, but we also need shelter and clothing—and I don’t see a sew-your-own-jeans movement brewing on the horizon.
Is this a legit weird thing to do?
I eat soup a lot, but don’t like the broth, so I heat up the soup, strain it with a fine-mesh colander, and then eat the remaining mushy solids.
I do a similar thing with breakfast cereal: I pour a tiny bit of milk in there, eat just the wet parts at the bottom, then reapply the milk as needed, so nothing gets soggy. There is, at the end, no leftover milk, which is good, because I think leftover milk is gross and refuse to drink it. The milk in my glass is still pure, and if there’s anything left, I drink it straight.
My husband insists that both of these eating habits are weird.
Are these neurotic tendencies? Does anyone else do this?