We didn’t have time to watch the first episode of How to Live to 100 yet! Your Vegansaurus is having an extremely busy January! Also you guys haaaaaated the host in his preview video, so watching it is like at the bottom of our to-do list right now (below “playing with our new juicer,” above “learning stranded knitting”).
However, we did see that the show featured this recipe for zucchini-pumpkin seed fritters, from Leon’s Full Service in Decatur, Ga. Doesn’t that sound good? If a bit out of season. Still, there’s never a wrong time for fried vegetables.
[Photo via How to Live to 100]
The vegans get a new cooking show! On cable!
Meet Jason Wrobel, impending host of How to Live to 100, which premieres Sunday, Jan. 6 at 8 p.m. EST on the Cooking Channel, whatever that is. TOO MANY CHANNELS, TV. I can’t handle it.
Good things about Jason Wrobel:
- He made his way onto TV making (often-raw) vegan food and will appear in living rooms everywhere, thus forwarding the world conversion on veganism
- He’s perky
- He’s posted some recipes online already (Cilantro Lime Pesto Pasta anyone?)
- He has a series of YouTube videos (see above) so you can watch him cook even if you don’t have cable, like some of us
Ungood things about Jason Wrobel:
- He’s kind of annoying
Who’s gonna watch the show? If it’s successful, maybe other TV execs will jump on the gravy train and we can all buy stock in chia seeds and retire rich and then watch vegan cooking shows all day! Let’s do this!
San Francisco: Free Scream Sorbet today! »
Is this officially an annual event, now? Just like last year, the Cooking Channel’s Ice Cream Truck is giving away Scream Sorbet at the Ferry Building in San Francisco today, Wednesday, Sept. 7, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.! The site says they’ll have seascape strawberry and pistachio flavors. Regardless, FREE DELICIOUS SORBET GO AND GET IT.
[Scream Sorbet photo by _e.t via Flickr]