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Stephen Wiltshire

British artist Stephen Wiltshire has managed to draw the manhattan skyline from memory. These were drawn after a half hour helicopter trip over the city. 

Stephen Wiltshire was diagnosed with autism at the age of three and he has an unusually powerful photographic memory. He can look at the subject of his drawing once and reproduce it accurately with photographic detail, down to the exact number of columns or windows on a building.

Can’t believe this is still making the rounds! Out highest rated post by a mile!

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Cup o’ Noodle with black truffle, caviar and poached egg
Gordon Ramsay, in all of his unsurprising bravado told the world, “How to enhance a cup of a ramen. Spoonful of caviar.” Done. It seems that the famous chef misunderstood the concept of ramen hacks. If you’re eating ramen on a regular basis, you’re probably being a little more conscious about ingredient cost than someone who can sling expensive baby fish eggs all willy-nilly. There was a time in my life where a 50 cent ramen cup was all I could afford. Ugh, what if Gordon Ramsay said that on purpose? To piss off the lesser folk who don’t have what he has? After I was done being mad at the thought, I figured, “Why not?” Wouldn’t it be funny if it tasted horrible?
Let’s take it a step further, shall we? If we’re going to spend $60 on caviar, might as well get the black truffle. And to challenge the skilled home cooks out there, let’s throw in a poached egg!
I had a good laugh at the ridiculousness of this photo. Never would have thought I’d have access to these kinds of ingredients, but here we are, within biting distance because of places like Eataly. And shit, you know what, it tasted amazing. It was like…like home. All that msg, salt and umami packed into a warm, familiar bite. Don’t eat the whole cup like a greedy asshole, I recommend sharing!
Photo and gif by trinh-huynh
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randwiches:

Cup o’ Noodle with black truffle, caviar and poached egg
Gordon Ramsay, in all of his unsurprising bravado told the world, “How to enhance a cup of a ramen. Spoonful of caviar.” Done. It seems that the famous chef misunderstood the concept of ramen hacks. If you’re eating ramen on a regular basis, you’re probably being a little more conscious about ingredient cost than someone who can sling expensive baby fish eggs all willy-nilly. There was a time in my life where a 50 cent ramen cup was all I could afford. Ugh, what if Gordon Ramsay said that on purpose? To piss off the lesser folk who don’t have what he has? After I was done being mad at the thought, I figured, “Why not?” Wouldn’t it be funny if it tasted horrible?
Let’s take it a step further, shall we? If we’re going to spend $60 on caviar, might as well get the black truffle. And to challenge the skilled home cooks out there, let’s throw in a poached egg!
I had a good laugh at the ridiculousness of this photo. Never would have thought I’d have access to these kinds of ingredients, but here we are, within biting distance because of places like Eataly. And shit, you know what, it tasted amazing. It was like…like home. All that msg, salt and umami packed into a warm, familiar bite. Don’t eat the whole cup like a greedy asshole, I recommend sharing!
Photo and gif by trinh-huynh
Zoom Info

randwiches:

Cup o’ Noodle with black truffle, caviar and poached egg

Gordon Ramsay, in all of his unsurprising bravado told the world, “How to enhance a cup of a ramen. Spoonful of caviar.” Done. It seems that the famous chef misunderstood the concept of ramen hacks. If you’re eating ramen on a regular basis, you’re probably being a little more conscious about ingredient cost than someone who can sling expensive baby fish eggs all willy-nilly. There was a time in my life where a 50 cent ramen cup was all I could afford. Ugh, what if Gordon Ramsay said that on purpose? To piss off the lesser folk who don’t have what he has? After I was done being mad at the thought, I figured, “Why not?” Wouldn’t it be funny if it tasted horrible?

Let’s take it a step further, shall we? If we’re going to spend $60 on caviar, might as well get the black truffle. And to challenge the skilled home cooks out there, let’s throw in a poached egg!

I had a good laugh at the ridiculousness of this photo. Never would have thought I’d have access to these kinds of ingredients, but here we are, within biting distance because of places like Eataly. And shit, you know what, it tasted amazing. It was like…like home. All that msg, salt and umami packed into a warm, familiar bite. Don’t eat the whole cup like a greedy asshole, I recommend sharing!

Photo and gif by trinh-huynh

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