I love image manipulation apps on my iPhone.
Beginning from the bottom of this image it goes: counter top, plate, cheese with rind, red peppers, sliced chicken, lettuce.. it’s one of my signature salads after a couple swipes through the Decim8 App, which actually visually corrupts image files in all kinds of interesting ways. This time using the FOLD4RAP5 filter before going commando again with #nofilter using the image sharing application we all love called Instagram.
Pretty effin’ cool, eh? Do ya seen the demons???
My handle on Instagram is: polymicrospasm
Even when I’m making salad for our weekday lunches, I am looking for abstract textures and patterns. Here we have a sliced orange bell pepper.
You may not know this about me, but most weeknights you will find me making not one, but two identical salads made by someone with a fine arts degree and a sincere love of vegetables. Of course, one is for me and the other is for the lady and I’m constantly looking for new ingredients or combinations to keep things interesting in the bedroom, I mean kitchen. Bon Appetit!
Stop ignoring those beautiful beets in the produce aisle. Fear not the process. Cut their leaves off, wrap them in tin foil and bake them on a cookie sheet for 75 minutes at 400 degrees. When time is up, take them out and unwrap them carefully. Wait 5 minutes, then peel off their skin (very easily) by having a paper towel between your hands and the beets; it’s the perfect texture that will take the skin right off. Let them cool, slice ‘em up and eat alone or on a salad. You will not be disappointed.
The man who ate too much salad!! (Via Buzzfeed)