Thursday, December 07, 2006

Blog be not proud

I want to apologize to you all for writing about kimchi stew. I mean, it is not exactly a pithy topic worthy of a full blog post. It was not thought provoking or even particularily interesting.

But on the plus side, at least it was short and didn't include one of those Photoshopped photos of me that THE Michael seems so threatened by. Though I've never Photoshopped my face on kimchi stew before. That would be unique. Not like the ham and cheese quesadilla with my face on it.

In my defense, I wrote about the kimchi stew right after eating it for lunch. And it was good. Real good. And it was around the full moon. Those full moons mess with me. So it seemed like a good idea at the time. Lots of things seem like a good idea at the time.

Not like the orange beef I had for lunch today. I mean, it was good, but not as good as the kimchi stew. Though if you are looking for something really good, you need to try Laksa Noodle soup. Now that is good. But it has coconut milk in it. And that is really full of fat. Kimchi is actually good for your system. It's like draino for the bowels.

I'm doing it again. I'm starting to sound like my 82-year old mother. She spends a lot of time talking about what she had to eat that day. She still has fond memories of a Malibu Chicken she had at Sizzler about 12 years ago. I personally find the Malibu Chicken kind of dry.

Damn, there I go again.

Anyway, sorry about the kimchi stew post.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am NOT the least bit threatened by your photoshopping. Why should I be? You should be able to shop for your photos anyway and anywhere you so choose. Buy them at Walmart, online, hell, I don't care. Print them out yourself for all I care.

Oh, and quit apologizing for your posts. If YOU have to apologize for your content, where does that leave ME? Why, your insights on eating stuff is insightful, educational, cultured, humorous, and worthy of a pulitzer........

grin

darlingina said...

Have to say i've not ever tried it. Don't know if i ever will, sounds kinda nasty, and looks kinda scarey! ;) Enjoy your weekend Tim, Ya nut.
Hugs,
Gina

Tim ID said...

THE Michael,
Obviously you have been to Egypty so you are familiar with De Nile. Someday you will acknowledge Photoshop and realize it is the source of all that is good.

Gina, Don't you think it looks hot, too? :)

Anonymous said...

Chicken Malibu???
12years????
A bit dry???

She ain't still got it has she?

kristy said...

"Draino for the bowels"? This is your description of something you LIKE? Sounds highly unpleasant to me.

Tim ID said...

Whitesnake,
No, at least I don't think she kept it. My mother is pretty good at throwing stuff out, especially all of those great toys and comic books I had that would have been worth a fortune on eBay. Like my Munsters lunchbox. I loved that lunchbox.

Kristy,
A good bowel cleansing is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Kimchi just happens to be fastacting.

Jane Poe (aka Deborah) said...

I audibly went "Aaahhh" when I scrolled down and saw your visage floating in a bowl. One of the creepier visions ... I will tell FP to blame you if I have nightmares tonight!

Tim ID said...

JP,

Unfortunately that is a common reaction when people see my face (and not just floating in a bowl of kimchi stew). :)

Footpad said...

Now I know why she's had trouble sleeping.

BTW, Tim, if you're trying to channel Sirius Black, remember that he used a fireplace, not a bowl of soup.

And I'm not even going to touch the Freudian elements of your post.

:-)

-- f

Tim ID said...

FP, Not being up on Harry Potter, I'd have to say Sirius Black is trying to channel me. Which is a scary thought.