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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Do As I Say

...not as I eat. From the April 2007 issue of Milwaukee Magazine:


11 comments:

Doctor Bean said...

You're famous. And famished.

RaggedyMom said...

I've said it before - it's great that you're famous among your kind :)

But how does this relate to getting old? I would think that making a meal out of vending machine food only serves to up one's street cred!

PsychoToddler said...

DB: I'm famously famished. You'd be surprised how many people have come up to me. "I eat cheerios too!" or "I also forget to make lunch and eat kit kat bars for lunch!" I hadn't even realized the interview was published!

RM: I think the reliance on cheerios is a sign of getting old.

~ Sarah ~ said...

nothing wrong with kit kat for lunch on the odd occasion. especially the one with the caramel :)

Ezzie said...

I guess there is ONE plus to working in Midtown Manhattan...

fudge said...

you usually have WHAT for dinner? when did THAT happen?

Mel Balsamo said...

I have bad discipline in terms of watching what I eat.. I've tried every diet recommended. I wanna be able to eat what I want. So what I did is hit the gym and sweat everything out. Turns out, I have the passion for it.

Mel Balsamo
JRomances.com

Jewish Blogmeister said...

How does it feel to be published? Way cool. Next year you are going to Disney world?

PsychoToddler said...

I have many dubious publishing credits.

Sweettooth120 said...

I am glad you wrote about this because it is very difficult to find affordable kosher food when eating out - all there seems to be is Pizza. I also find that it's a problem buying kosher food in the grocery stores that are not full of preservatives, artifical coloring, etc. I know that Trader Joes carries a lot of kosher groceries that are not loaded up with a lot of junk, unfortunately, it's still quite limiting.

PsychoToddler said...

We have a Trader Joe's here. They have lots of kosher stuff, but without preservatives so you have to eat it pretty quickly.

We bought a bunch of their soups. Hit or miss. Some were good, some were barely edible.