Here’s some stuff from the week of 3/23-3/29 that I didn’t write but I think is hella dope. Take your time to read ’em because it is Sunday fam.
As Americans Eat Healthier, Processed Foods Starting To Spoil. It was a good run boxed mac & cheese. But in reality, it’s going to take a while before we really flush processed food out of system. (NPR)
Breast Milk is Now Big Business. Breast milk…you make my dayyyyyayyyyy. (FirstWeFeast)
Was Your Seafood Caught By Slaves? AP Uncovers Unsavory Trade. In all seriousness, WTF is kind of shit is this? This is all kinds of fucked up. The journalist interview these guys while they were in a “cell”. (NPR)
Starbucks Won’t Try to Make You Talk About Race Today. TBH, there are some baristas out there who didn’t even want to participate in this. JUST SAYING. (Slate)
That Fish Cray. Word on the street is that this pieceis up for a James Beard award for writing. (Lucky Peach)
‘Fuck, That’s Delicious’ Presents: Cooking with Mr. Wonderful Featuring Mario Batali. TBH, never really cared for Action Bronson prior to his VICE series. Batali and Bronson seem like old pals shooting the shit in this episode. (MUNCHIES)
You’re been making French toast all wrong. It’s the basics. Stop pretending it’s supposed to be healthy and get real & stop messing with wonder bread and wheat. (TIME)
McDonald’s Launches Big Mac Lifestyle Collection. Yo it’s not a sub-culture. It’s a life. #cozyboyz #burgerboyz (Hypebeast)
Flower Hill off the freeway. RIP to the movie theater & Pannikin.
Like NO, shrimp & grits. Delicious and you save almost 50%
filed under: Happy Hour, you the real MVP; Faded & full before 6pm.
I almost hate the Flower Mall in Del Mar just because there’s no real point of me being here. It’s basically uptown problems AKA this shit, that ice cold, Michelle Pfeiffer, that white gold. If I’m in the area I might be at Whole Foods or at Burger Lounge, but Sea & Smoke has a fire happy hour. The happy hour prices hit the pocket nice too. Shit you might end up dropping a $100 on a meal. The cocktail’s are about $3 off, the beers hover around $3-5, and the food menu, though limited, is fuxwidable. I’ve been here with a big party before, and I can say that the pork belly was phenomenal and the service was good handling a 18 seat table. BUT THAT’S THAT & NOT HAPPY HOUR.
YEAH MORE NEW ORLEANS FOR THE MOUTH. There’s a difference in style when it comes to palate, but that’s like comparing Bun B to Snoop Dogg. If I were to compare the two, they put a lot of butter in the South versus SD. The dish is definitely a stand out on the menu not only because you’re saving almost $10 off the dinner version, but the dish is a solid pick. The shrimp is well seasoned, the grits are on point and the crispy pieces of pork belly are good touch.
The burger is a easy copp too. I don’t mind the burger here, but truthfully if you told me to pick between Burger Lounge and Sea & Smoke, I’ll easily go Burger Lounge. But there’s no happy hour at Burger Lounge.
Sea & Smoke’s happy hour is the real MVP of happy hours, especially in North County. They have a solid Happy Hour menu that others should be gunning after. *KEVIN DURANT MEME*
Brunch looks exciting too. I need to try that cinnamon roll sandwich every one keeps talking about. But it’s really hard to compare the mood and food between the magical hours of 3pm and 6pm.
Sea & Smoke
2690 Via De La Valle
Del Mar, CA 92014
Yo. It’s been awhile and I’ve been writing for a year+ now. I’m participating in this month’s WordPress Blogging 101 to help me jumpstart my blogging again. I’ve slacked off and I want to get back on the personal and insert myself into the conversation on food/beer/coffee/whatever consumable.
My first post here summed up what I wanted to do here– write unforgivingly. That was 2013. I’ve written a few things here and there through 2014, but not at the consistency that I initially wanted. I want to do more with this blog but at the moment I am hitting a block and haven’t gotten to working on cranking out posts for this blog.
Long story short– I wasn’t giving any fucks…about this blog. My fucks were given somewhere else in 2014. That’s life, but I still want to up you on what I eat, the blown up spots in SD, and what new breweries have my attention.
So it’s back to the core of this site’s mission– to not give a fuck.