>Working Class Foodie

>It’s true.
I’ve turned into a foodie. [I mean goodness, I have a blog..sigh*]
A full blown gastronome. I don’t know if I like it.
Foodies are often obsessed people…who watch Food Network religiously and would consider a show on cheeseburgers to be a kind of “food porn”.
(But luckily for me, I don’t have cable.)

There’s nothing wrong with loving food, especially if you’re like me, and you’re wanting to learn to cook more for yourself, friends and family. It’s important to love the food you cook and eat. It’s good practice for the future (for folks like me who don’t yet have kids) where I’ll most likely try to cook as much from home as I can.

Though I don’t have cable, I do have the internet. This means I spend lots of downtime watching indie cooking videos and maybe an episode or two of Bourdain’s, “No Reservations”. Yes, Yes. Slightly obsessed. But, I feel most foodies are quite obsessed with Bourdain. He knows what’s up…

I came across a cooking/”how to” blog called, “Working Class Foodies” and was immediately ecstatic. Hey, I’m a working class foodie…or at least in the working class. I’m still working on the foodie part. There’s a lot of food I still have a hard time coming to terms with…but I love the idea of cooking for others…and cooking well at that.

This small webisode/cooking video blog captures the essence of cooking on the cheap. That is, finding locally sourced goods that are decently priced with the intention of bringing everyone into a knowledge of good, fresh food.
The videos are also really well done…and I just like them. Plain and simple.

Here are a few of my favorites:

Tacos de Lengua

And here’s to us, the working class foodies.

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