onion rings

Baked Onion Rings

I’ve been on a detox for the last few days, and the irony of this is that I seem to think about food much more than usual. There are benefits to this, of course: I’m much more mindful of what I eat and when I’m hungry. There are also downsides: I tend to eat my alkalizing broth green soup while watching an episode of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. For some reason, I like to watch them make greasy, fried food, even if I don’t really crave it! So when I remembered I’d made the most delicious and crispy onion rings the night before I left Montreal, I knew I had to whip out the pictures to live vicariously – through my past self? And I thought I might as well share them with you too, since this recipe is delicious and easy.

On Onion Rings and Rejection

Hola! Como estas? Muy bien!

I’ve just returned from Cancun paradise after a week of doing as little as humanly possible. It’s true that different people go on vacation for different reasons, and mine this time around was to rest, heal and be lazy. Mission accomplished! I’m at my family home now, getting things sorted – declaring my minor (sociology!), choosing courses, applying to Honours and doing my very first detox!  I’ll be outlining the program my mother and I have chosen for you once I’m through the worst of it. It’s fun, makes me feel good about myself, and helps me tick off another of those New Years Resolutions!

Today, though, I’d like to talk about two very important things:

  1. Onion Rings (of the healthy-ish, easy, home-made variety. See also: dangerous, delicious and wonderful.)

  2. Rejection (of the depressing, necessary and encouraging variety. See also: Tastespotting and self-doubt.)

#1. On Onion Rings

Here is a little ditty about onion rings:

I love onion rings,

Delicious, crispy and brown,

Yogurt is good for dipping,

You’ll never put them down.

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