Honest to goodness, I probably think about food most of the day. During class I think about food, while eating food I think about food…Someone once said to me they didn’t like food and I was blown away. How could you not like food? It was such a generic statement to make. He said that he didn’t like how many choices there were because he could never decide what to eat. I asked him what he liked to eat and he said meat and potatoes. What? Sure, I like meat and potatoes too but I want garlic smashed potatoes and a medium steak with perfect little charred bits.
What goes through my brain on a daily basis is probably this:
4% miscellaneous, such as daydreaming and shopping
Yeah, yeah. School should be about 94% but I just can’t help it. At this particular moment though, school is definitely a good 90%. I have so many scripts, essays and a huge filming project I’m trying to get done. If things would happen the way I wanted them to, life would be so much easier. But why would that ever be a thing? So here’s a recipe you can essentially spend 20 minutes prepping and then just live life until it’s ready to eat.
It’s super comforting and really not that bad for you. The slaw is dressed in a vinegar-based dressing as opposed to mayo, saving you a ton of calories. It adds a really nice texture and a little tang to cut a little fattiness from the small amount that’s in the pork.