Everyone’s abuzz about the Oscars, but I’d like to disclose my own Hall of Fame, Oscar-worthy performance: I once ate 5 servings of fruits and vegetables. In a day.
The day started out normally. Early in the morning, when it was time to pack lunch, I threw a peach in my bag. Maybe I’d eat it on the train.
That never happens. The only circumstances under which I’ll eat a peach or an orange is if I’m surrounded by a Greek diner’s worth of napkins and perhaps some sort of trough or spittoon to catch the errant juices.
Nutritionists complain about the American diet. But until someone contains the peach and other exuberantly succulent fruits I’ll stick with the Pringles, better yet any potato chip that is presented in a paper bag that could double as a napkin.
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