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Side Dish

22 Aug

You know what I’ve just discovered?  Besides the fact that meat is a great side dish as well as main course.  Sweet potato fries are a great side dish!  But how do you make them without frying them or using vegetable oils, you may ask.  Simple!  Bake them in coconut oil!  That stuff smells great and it tastes even better.  Bake at 350 degrees F for…a lot of time.  Until they’re crispy.  Stir them around and flip them over every ten minutes or so.  Then eat as a side dish with that rare 8 oz. steak!  Enjoy!

McBurgerBox Jr.

3 Aug

Comic!  Fast food!  Full of sugar and vegetable oils, trans fat, and who knows what else?  Probably not rat, but still.  Too bad it’s delicious.

Ice Cream Lover

1 Aug

Yes, this comic is quite autobiographical.  I have always been a fan of ice cream, and it is one of the things I miss most about living a sugar-free lifestyle.  Also, it might have occurred to you that my drawing style changed from the first panel to the last.  Sorry about that, but I drew this thing at weird intervals, and by the time I finished it, I was drawing way differently than I was when I started.  You might also have noticed that this and the comic from Friday seem to work together in a sequence.  I did, too…long after I’d finished drawing both comics.  So while I’d like them to work in a sequential sort of way, they only will if you pretend that they changed their clothes before taking a walk.  Oh well.  Until Wednesday!

Go for a Walk

29 Jul

I wish all shoulder angels were that straightforward.  See you Monday!


27 Jul

Cereal is hilarious!  If you want to see why I really try to avoid it, check out this video from the funniest web series I’ve ever seen, Baman Piderman.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVolqamEQy4  It requires a certain type of humor to really find it funny, but either way, you should watch the whole thing in order to understand how it pertains to this particular comic.

Also, speaking of breakfast!  I’m totally in love with this omelet I made the other day.  You take some butter, from grass-fed cows of course, and melt it in a pan.  Then drop in some Pancetta, which is delicious.  Make sure it’s diced up.  Meanwhile, beat two eggs (or three if you’re super hungry) and when the Pancetta is cooked, dump the egg over it.  By now the pan should be hot enough to cook the eggs all the way through in very little time.  Once they’re not liquidy anymore, put some raw sharp cheddar on one half and turn the burner off.  Then fold that sucker in half and slide it onto a plate.  If you want to get really daring, add some avocado slices to the top of it and/or sprinkle it with more cheese!  Enjoy!