Cooking Caveman with Jeff Nimoy

THESE ARE THE COOKING ADVENTURES OF JEFF NIMOY, AN LA WRITER WHO, WHILE DOING RESEARCH FOR A SCRIPT, STUMBLED UPON WHAT’S CALLED THE CAVEMAN DIET, ALSO KNOWN AS THE PALEO DIET. BASICALLY, IT’S EATING WHAT THE CAVEMEN ATE. HE TRIED IT OUT, AND THE RESULTS HAVE BEEN STAGGERING! THIS BLOG SHOWS EXACTLY HOW AND WHAT JEFF EATS. IF YOU’RE NEW TO THE BLOG, PLEASE START WITH THE “ENTERING THE CAVE” PAGE TO GET A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT.

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NY Eating Cheating Tour 2012: Shake Shack
I’ve heard a lot about Shake Shack over the years, and their infamous hour-plus long lines.  Well, anything worth waiting in line for that long, I want to try.  Finally went to one today, and it was very good, but I wouldn’t call it great.  I had a Smoke Shack Burger, which had bacon and cherry peppers on it, along with their Shack Sauce (whatever that is).  I saw some other people’s burgers, and they were very small, so I got a double (my cousin got a single).  The burgers themselves definitely had more of a fast food flavor than a gourmet flavor, like my Umami Burger in LA, a go-to cheat meal for me.  The place is also famous for their shakes and custard, so I had a Fair Shake, which was a vanilla shake with fair trade coffee.  It was incredibly average.  The shake: not worth the cheat.  The burger: worth the cheat, although without the cherry peppers, I’d probably say it wasn’t worth it.  It would not crack the top 10 in LA.  I should open up an In-N-Out Burger here in Times Square, I’d make a mint!
P.S. - I’m impressed with the photos my iPhone takes.  I may take my home paleo photos with it from now on too.

NY Eating Cheating Tour 2012: Shake Shack

I’ve heard a lot about Shake Shack over the years, and their infamous hour-plus long lines.  Well, anything worth waiting in line for that long, I want to try.  Finally went to one today, and it was very good, but I wouldn’t call it great.  I had a Smoke Shack Burger, which had bacon and cherry peppers on it, along with their Shack Sauce (whatever that is).  I saw some other people’s burgers, and they were very small, so I got a double (my cousin got a single).  The burgers themselves definitely had more of a fast food flavor than a gourmet flavor, like my Umami Burger in LA, a go-to cheat meal for me.  The place is also famous for their shakes and custard, so I had a Fair Shake, which was a vanilla shake with fair trade coffee.  It was incredibly average.  The shake: not worth the cheat.  The burger: worth the cheat, although without the cherry peppers, I’d probably say it wasn’t worth it.  It would not crack the top 10 in LA.  I should open up an In-N-Out Burger here in Times Square, I’d make a mint!

P.S. - I’m impressed with the photos my iPhone takes.  I may take my home paleo photos with it from now on too.

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  5. meatified said: Not gonna lie, I’d rather have an In N Out (oh baybeee!). Although, In N Out is pretty much the only fast food I’ll eat, so I’m biased!
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