By Josh Resnek
As many of our readers have come to understand, my eating habits can be considered peculiar. But they are not.
What I am devoted to in my eating existence these days is to eat only what I want, when I want it, in smaller servings made fresh every time.
There is one other caveat to my eating habits.
I only want to eat dishes that taste delicious.
I don’t need a large serving of anything.
I prefer smaller servings of something delicious.
OK, now that that is out of the way, let me describe what I ate for lunch Tuesday afternoon.
I went to Whole Foods and got 6 slices of Parma prosciutto sliced thinly.
I suppose there is better – and most likely to be bought either in Italy or a fine butchery in France.
Then I bought a container of fresh mozzarella and a small container with perfectly tasting ripe cherry tomatoes.
In the bread aisle I searched for just the right bread as I was jonesing for a small sandwich.Continue reading “I Was Jonesing For A Delicious Treat Not Too Heavy But Just Right”