The Daily Burp is back in full effect. Tell your anti-food blog friends!
My mom always said, Eat fish once a week. So, I’m starting this week right by this salmon, rice and asparagus. Let’s see where it takes us.
Comedian Owen Smith contributes to The Daily Burp!
“Okay, so I got my Cosby on and made some pudding. It was good as shit…dammit Bill would never say “shit”. Oh well, it’s a good thing I didn’t take a picture before I ate it b/c ironically there is no way to make a bowl of photographed pudding NOT look like shit.”
I went to Umami Burger at The Grove (because I’m trendy) and had the Manly Burger (because I’m a man) and it was just the nastiest mouth meal I’ve had in a while (that’s a good thing).
It’s a butter soaked bun, beef patty on a brioche with onion strings, cheddar and chunks of bacon (AKA heaven on earth).
I went to Yen Sushi and Sake in Los Feliz and fucked up the Sweet Jimmy, a spicy tuna, cucumber and avocado roll topped with seared white tuna.
Although, the best part was ordering a side of rice (which came before all of the food) and just sitting there with my water, eating the rice and having EVERY person in there (including the person I was dining with) think that that was my bulimic dinner.
I love being thin. So sorry for you!
It’s been a minute, and I’m SORRY. I really never remember to take pictures cause I don’t really give a shit but lately I’ve been running around town making pizza for everybody because pizza is the best.
I made this vegan pizza because I’m trying to stop eating dairy. That’s right, it’s official, dairy and I have broken up. It’s been difficult because dairy is the absolute love of my life and we’ve been through good and bad times together (dairy being the cause of some of the bad times). Please pray for me during this difficult time.
But yeah, this pizza topped with eggplant, mushrooms, bellpeppers and tomatoes was dope. I’m mostly proud of the home made dough and sauce cause it was uh-mazing.
Also, I ate it in a bowl because my work doesn’t have plates. DON’T ASK.
The very vegetarian, Reggie Rucker sent this into The Daily Burp:
“Mac and cheese with 7 different cheeses! A side of spinach steamed and seasoned to perfection, and my famous sweet cornbread. Cornbread over a week old, but still moist as all get-up!”
He also added, “Oh yeah, and I always have my mac and cheese covered in ketchup. Yum!”
Damn, Reggie, makin Vegetarianism look hella good!!