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I feel like I’m getting fat just looking at the picture…

Doughnuts are sugary calorie bombs that are ridiculously tasty, whether it is snack or breakfast. Cinnamon rolls are also a lovely sticky treat that is on par with doughnuts. So, what if you want both – AT THE SAME TIME! Well, someone has thought about you.┬áChef Thiago Silva created this artery clogging horror for your family practitioner or a little piece of heaven, depending on your point of view. You can check out more images on his Instagram account or view the link below within the caption to the Nerdist page. Please excuse me while I go run a marathon.

Ratatouille it like Pixar

Hola people! Sorry for my personally hiatus. Life took over. And by life I mean new job, new city, new life. ­čśŤ ­čÖé I bow down to LeckerFoodie for holding down the fort. So *rubs hands* let jump right back in. I saw this awesome how-to video to make┬áratatouille like in the Pixar film. The guy also gives some awesome ideas for other unconventional variations as well. Enjoy & happy weekend!

Street Food Around the World

There is a very cute TV series that I haven’t always had the chance to view fully because it channel hops (such as National Geographic). It is called ‘Street Food Around the World.’ ┬áThe host is entertaining & energetic, and if I will reveal a personal secret, you know, just between friends, the series inspired me to do this blog with my currently very busy writing partner. ­čśÇ Below is an episode about Turkish cuisine. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did the first time I saw it. ­čÖé

The Last Seltzer Bottler in Brooklyn

There is a fascinating sample of the a documentary on the last old fashioned seltzer bottler in Brooklyn. In the early 1900s thousands of seltzer deliverymen criss-crossed the nation, schlepping heavy glass bottles full of fizzy water to millions of thirsty customers. Today, with only a handful of deliverymen left in the country, the siphon machines at Gomberg Seltzer Works don’t turn like they used to. Most of the old customers have passed on (or moved to Florida). But there are still bubbles being made by third-generation seltzer filler Kenny Gomberg. In Jessica Edwards’ short documentary film SELTZER WORKS, the last bottler in Brooklyn fends off the supermarket seltzer take-over and honors this simple drink’s place in history. A little sample below: