The Feeders, The Haters & The Cauliflower Appreciators

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Hey y’all,

New video blog right here:

I discuss the feeders, the haters and I make a good meal out of our vegetable of the week!

Enjoy 🙂

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2 thoughts on “The Feeders, The Haters & The Cauliflower Appreciators

    daniel said:
    June 7, 2014 at 3:59 pm

    hmmm, very funny video blog Marc. very funny indeed. firstly, the Banoffee Pie was for a dinner party of 7 people and I didn’t eat any (I knew what was in it) and everyone else had a very small slice. I feel that food can be a celebration and when it’s “now and again” should be the real deal. that said, i thought i’d share my Mom’s “Swing Shift” Cauliflower soup recipe: 1 cauliflower broken into a million pieces (like my heart was when i heard you call me a ‘feeder’ on your blog) , 3,000 ML water, 2 tbls. vegetable oil, 1 teaspoon garlic powder, 4 dashes white pepper, salt to taste (like tears from being insulted on your video blog)… place the broken pieces of my heart (I mean cauliflower) into a pot and add all other contents. cover and allow to simmer for one hour. after an hour, take out several pieces of the cauliflower and mash with a form and put them back into the pot. consume. My mother would also separately boil 1 Lb. spaghetti and add to the soup but this was because her family was very poor and the soup made for a hearty meal with spaghetti in it. as i’m not a feeder, i would say just stick to the soup without the spaghetti for a healthy, filling meal. with love, your dad.

    Zaynab Alsalus said:
    June 12, 2014 at 6:13 am

    your dad is hilarious

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