April 2, 2004

Food Diary - Day One, 4.1.04

POST #    910

Earlier this week in The NY Times, there was an article about Tucker Shaw, a man that is attempting to document what he eats this whole year with photos. At the Photoblogger event in February, Cypher discussed his blog, which has pictures of all his meals. This is my tribute to them.

I'm going to take a picture of everything I eat and drink (excluding water) for the next week and present it here. It's not going to be pretty because, as you'll see, I eat a lot of junk. It will be even uglier than normal this week, since my friend Justin is in town and we're going to Peter Luger's on Saturday and I plan to hit up Slice's trip on Sunday.

A summary of yesterday, an Egg McMuffin meal for breakfast, half a sandwich and half a soup for lunch, a Pepsi after lunch, a beer at the NIT game, and some Starburst at home. Like I said, not pretty.

Posted by tien mao in Food/Drink at 7:16 AM

 

 

beer for dinner!!! whoo!

Posted by: rachelleb at April 2, 2004 8:02 AM

mmm, egg mcmuffin. my favorite.

Posted by: janelle at April 2, 2004 9:01 AM

as long as you stick to what you eat and not how it leaves your body, i won't be scared.

Posted by: corie at April 2, 2004 9:28 AM

very interesting. is there a url for tucker shaw's website?

Posted by: fakename at April 2, 2004 10:45 AM

yep, beer for dinner. must have real food. i haven't eaten since lunch yesterday.

janelle, i love the egg mcmuffin. it's my favorite item at mcdonalds.

corie, i'll be sure to stick to that. if i get sick though, i might have to describe the results.

fake, i believe the article said that tucker shaw doesn't have a website. unfortunate, i know.

Posted by: tien at April 2, 2004 11:07 AM

I'm afraid that if you eat such fine food for the rest of the week we will be reading about the unfortunate results.

Posted by: joe s at April 2, 2004 1:00 PM

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