drjekel_mrhyde: Single father's Chicken noodle and jiffy cornbread $12 feeds 3
ng2810: Satanic_Hamster: Why the fark would you take a picture of your dinner?It's easier than writing down every single bit of food you eat. Plus it gives a more visual log of what exactly you're stuffing yourself with and can help plan meals better.Also, sometimes I can't help but think that the food I eat looks pretty and is akin to a work of art, so I'd rather save it for posterity before I destroy it.
SpdrJay: Keeping a digital record of the excruciating minutia of our daily lives has become fashion.I'll be glad when it dies off.
NewWorldDan: Why would any chef object to people blogging their food, unless they serve terrible food. And if the food is that bad, why are people going there to eat it? Word of mouth is the best god damn advertising you can get. Pimp that dinner plate.
Fuggin Bizzy: Food is energy. I eat so I don't keel over when my engine quits for lack of fuel.I realize food is an art form for some, a passion for others...whatever. This photographing food business is completely alien to me. When I see pictures of people's dinner, I start going through the checklist: "Protein, vegetable, starch...yep, all there."Not kidding.
Fuggin Bizzy: It's a high end buffet, see.
thisisyourbrainonFark: [www.johnmariani.com image 640x420]clickety
Bacontastesgood: Fuggin Bizzy: It's a high end buffet, see.Too bad you don't get the concept. The food was way better than the usual $7 chinese buffet lunch, where I wouldn't be surprised to see a total slob.
beta_plus: As usual, America's online comedy industry is way ahead./sorry, Onion, they beat you on this one
lordargent: I take pictures of some of my meals ... because I COOKED them.But generally, only the first time I prepare a particular dish.One of my latest.[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x637]Roasted brussels sprouts, mushrooms and BACON.
freetomato: theflatline: freetomato: I have a few food pics on my phone. One is a plate of Jimboy's tacos. You can't get a good taco in Georgia, dammit, so I revisit that picture wistfully to keep me from Taco Bell. Another is the burger with a cheese skirt from The Squeeze Inn. Saw it on triple D and it was the most decadent burger I've ever enjoyed. The last one is a killer steak wrap I got at a hole in the wall outside Atlanta - they deserved fantastic yelp and urbanspoon reviews and the picture accompanied them.Can't wait to get out to CA again. I LOVE Jimboy's.No love for the vortex burger?The Vortex does make a fine burger, but that particular menu item is one I've not dared to tackle.If you are ever headed up I85 towards SC, check out Dos Pancakes in Buford. It's a former Huddle House attached to a gas station. Those steak wraps farkin' rocked and came with homemade potato chips, for less than 7 bucks. The rest of the menu, Tex Mex, looked great. Waaaay on the other side of town for me, but it will be my go-to place when headed north to visit my friends.
kyrg: obama voter problems
jaytkay: kyrg: obama voter problemsAmazing how Obama voters frequent high-end restaurants what with them all being welfare-check unemployed 47% looters and takers.
sleeps in trees: NewWorldDan: Why would any chef object to people blogging their food, unless they serve terrible food. And if the food is that bad, why are people going there to eat it? Word of mouth is the best god damn advertising you can get. Pimp that dinner plate.It's rude. If I'm dropping upwards of 200 for a meal I do not want you posing (it's always more than once) over a table next to me. A meal is a social, traditional aspect. The taste, smell, see, not the "Hey Look I ate at a fancy/trendy restaurant. ". It's about talking, and eating, enjoying the restaurant, not showing off.If you want a photo ask the waiter politely to take one.
Snazzy1: [i1164.photobucket.com image 850x638]/Don't photograph food..except when the GF makes a masterpiece
PirateKing: I've done this, when I want to share a meal that I eat while I'm traveling on business with my chef girlfriend. But she's the only one I show it to, because she has a professional interest. Otherwise, even my gourmet friends know that if you weren't at the restaurant with me, you don't get to see it. Go eat there yourself.That said, one of the most beautiful meals I've ever eaten was at a local restaurant here in Louisville.It was a Pork Belly Reuben at St Charles Exchange. A deconstructed Reuben with vinegar braised cabbage, pickle relish, rye bread pudding, and Gruyere fondue.Amazing, beautifully presented, and delicious.Also fie on you bacon nerds. Properly cooked pork belly is what bacon uses for porn.
drjekel_mrhyde: drjekel_mrhyde: Single father's Chicken noodle and jiffy cornbread $12 feeds 3sorry pic too large here's a link Link
TastyEloi: SpdrJay: Keeping a digital record of the excruciating minutia of our daily lives has become fashion.I'll be glad when it dies off.Unfortunately, you'll probably have to wait at least a half century for that to happen, when Generation Entitlement begins to kick off.
Satanic_Hamster: Why the fark would you take a picture of your dinner?
nmemkha: Why so many before and so few after shots? Flash photography would be much less annoying in the bathroom.
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