The local Chinese store was out of daikon so my husband (knowingly) bought a root that looked similar. He thought it would either be a good substitute or a good adventure. The root is long like daikon but with a thin brown skin and roots, like many potatoes. Cutting into it revealed a gooey substance …
Some kinds of pinecones are edible, but how do you prepare them? I discovered the answer to this question when I found pinecones for sale at my local grocery store. Read this post for easy instructions and a fun reveal.
Watch me eat salted tarantulas.
Comparing the flavors of two traditional Icelandic delicacies: monk fish liver and cod liver.
A child and balloon wander Brussels.
That time I walked on hot coals just to see what it would be like…
Seagulls cross surreal cloudscapes.
Traditional foods from Iceland, including pickled rams testicles, black lava charcoal crackers, and birch schnapps. Yum!
Traditional Hungarian chocolate filled with plums and liquor.
Nature creates unusual shapes sometimes. These were filmed using my iPhone. No filter or modifications aside from removing the sound. I think of them as unsigned moving paintings.