([*] it's not actually a food blog)
For complicated reasons, I photographed literally everything I ate between 2015-01-06 and 2015-02-16. Here's full album. I stopped for some technical complications, but then I realized this makes eating a lot more fun, so I started again, and here's second album, form 2015-03-18 onwards.
If you're really interested, just go there and enjoy the pictures, usually with some descriptions. If you're only mildly interested, here are some highlights.
All fruits are vegetables
The distinction between "fruit" and "vegetable" is a lies. In the right context, every fruit can be used as a vegetable.
Clementines (and honey) are great for chili:
Fruits are better with honey or melted chocolate
Breakfast like it's 50000 BCE!
One problem with trying to eat something resembling healthy is that it takes so damn much time to shop. There's a lot of reasonable choices of fresh food, but sensible long shelf life food choices are much more limited.
Fortunately there's really delicious combination of long shelf life foods that takes zero effort to prepare and is fairly delicious for a quick snack - just throw some random nuts, almonds, raisins, or whatever you like in a bowl, and add generous amounts of honey.
Steamer is so much win. Except for cleaning part. For long time I'd just put everything (including meat) into the steamer, these days I usually just steam vegetables, fry meat separately, and then put mandatory butter on top.
It works with pretty much all vegetables and all meats. Can be used without meat as well.
Steamed potatoes with bacon
Potatoes can be steamed too. I think they work better with a bit of fried bacon than on their own.
Goulash soup best soup
Here's some delicious one goulash soup, with generous serving of sour cream as required:
Sushi - the fanciest junk food
It's funny how hamburgers, kebabs are considered lowly junk food, while sushi is somehow fancy Japanese stuff. It's not really any better, and it's even easier to prepare, if you figure out how to make sushi rice without burning it.
And there's more of course
These are just some highlight. If you're really interested, just check album 1 and album 2. There are recipes or links to recipes on some of them, but most of what I ate was completely improvised, so just make something that looks similar and you'll be good :-)