The trip to Mexico was really brilliant, learned a lot, cooked rattlesnake, boiled and then collected the bones from a putrid coyote (words fail to describe how it smelled after boiling then sitting in 35-40 Celsius for 5 days), and got to spend 6 weeks pretending I didn’t live in England.
Having so much free time now, I will be doing a lot more writing up and cooking, so keep reading, and I look forwards to any feedback!
June 2011 – Well, this needed a re-write as I am soon to finish university life! No more essays and only a 20,000 word dissertation left to go! It is due in September, and I have a exciting trip excavating in Mexico (July 23-Sept 1) coming up, which may make the whole dissertation writing a little difficult, but will hopefully mean a slew of Mexican recipes in the future. Also, this coming Sunday (19th June), I will become a 22 year old, so that part of the old profile would no longer be true either!
The cooking is still going well, but the writing not so, I have a huge backlog of photos that I have not yet written the recipes up for (at least 2-3 a week over several months that I haven’t done yet). Any feedback people provide will be much appreciated, I think most of my friends who look at the blog just do so to salivate a while and don’t really make many of the recipes, although all the feedback I do get is very positive and I am thankful for it.
http://www.structuredprocrastination.com/ – This man is a hero. I have been cooking elaborate meals as a means of procrastination shortly before the deadline for every essay I have had due since beginning as an undergraduate.
Last update: Thursday 16.06.2011