The Unrepentant Individual

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May 7, 2007


Bachelor Chow, Part 2

I was showing off pictures a few weeks ago of things like red meat and vegetables, elaborate fajitas, and the like. I chose not to show any pictures of tonight, because it’s little more than a broken man.

With the move coming up, I’ve been packing like a madman. I stopped cooking a few days ago, because I packed up the cookware. I’ve thrown away the various additives that don’t transport well and are cheap (vinegar, flour, etc). And tonight for dinner I polished off the leftover roast beef sub I bought for lunch.

Hungry in the evening, I started looking around in the freezer… “Hmm”, I thought, “there’s some mint chocolate chip ice cream in here! That’ll hit the spot!”

So I pulled it out of the freezer and opened the cupboard. “Ahh hell, I packed up the bowls…” Then I opened the drawers. “Ahh shit, I packed the silverware too!”

So it was off to improvise. I looked around and I saw a slightly non-conventional spoon. It was marked with a stamp that said “1 tablespoon” and was on a keyring with other, similar, spoons. And I didn’t have a bowl, but I still had the tub the ice cream was sitting in.

So I sat down with a 1 tbsp measuring spoon and a tub of mint chocolate chip ice cream to end the evening… Gluttony, thy name is Brad.

Posted By: Brad Warbiany @ 11:22 pm || Permalink || Comments (3) || Trackback URL || Categories: Food, Humor, Personal Life

3 Comments

  1. Sounds like necessity truly being the mother of invention.

    Or in your case, hunger being the impetus behind improvisation.

    Comment by Sober John — May 8, 2007 @ 4:02 pm
  2. What, this isn’t normal everyday dining? I don’t what book on being a bachelor you read, but mine is a lot different.

    Comment by Nick M. — May 8, 2007 @ 10:38 pm
  3. It sounds good to me….It’s better than spending another five bucks on a burger and fries. More than likely you will get plenty of that in the next few days….

    Comment by Lucy Stern — May 11, 2007 @ 6:58 am

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