a proud Latina and Im not afraid to
show it. The reason I don't normally eat
Mexican food is because it's cheap and unappetizing.
When I was young, my whole family used to
gather around the TV and watch reruns of
Chico and the Man. That show first showed
me how much better it was to be American.
a while it was to the point that I was losing
my voice and I thought I was going to have
to be hospitalized if I kept working myself
into the ground. I ended up getting really
introverted. I wasn't happy. But nobody
knows what's really going on. I need to
eat, I need to sleep, and sometimes those
things weren't considered. It was like,
'When do you think I'll have time to go
to the bathroom?' That wasn't on the schedule.
that I do are usually physically demanding
in one way or another. It's a good
way to keep your health
on track. Especially when you've been on-set
for 14 hours, it's nice to relieve that
in another way than having to rely on a
did waitress and I was not great,
but I loved
it. I loved it because I love interacting
and I love food.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner - all those
things combined. I liked my job,
but I was a bit klutzy and forgetful.
Spain people have lunch and dinner a lot
later - when I return to England I'll have
to eat alone at midnight.
kids reinvent themselves every summer, and
in a way, Virgin does, too. Any successful
business has to, who has been coming to
Japan since the early '70s. My first trip
really opened my eyes. I was given a plate
of raw fish and the only thing I got up
enough courage to eat was the wasabi.
conditions of human
life have not only been changed,
but revolutionized, within the past few
hundred years. In former days there was
between the dwelling, dress, food,
of the chief and those of his retainers.
never guilty about any pleasure.
and never follow any kind of diet.
like simple food,
like mashed potatoes, fried eggs, and sausages.
like to eat,
I like to cook and I don't look good
when I'm super, super skinny. I'd rather
and fit, and have some energy.
someone were to harm
or a friend
or somebody I love,
I would eat
them. I might end up in jail for 500
years, but I would eat them.
like to travel
abroad, I just don't really like the food.
food is the best.
totally normal. I think it's obnoxious when
people demand limos or bodyguards. I eat
at McDonald's or Taco Bell. My parents always
taught us to be humble. We're not spoiled.
two years I've done almost no exercise
and I've been surviving on crisps and coffee.
I'd like to eat them every day.
went through a big stage of my life
where I thought,
you know, maybe it would be better to be
a vegetarian, so I researched it. In no
uncertain terms did I research it. Let's
say this represents one cow, which will
keep me in food
for, let's say, a month. Now that cow needs
this much land and food. Well, you can imagine,
that cow needs x by x amount of land, and
you can grow trees
in it. Around that cow, you can have goannas,
kangaroos, wallabies. You can have every
other single Australian animal in and around
nothing better than sitting outside on the
deck at La Bottega on a hot summer's day
surrounded by magnolia trees and white lanterns.
The range of people
who go there is just so diverse and the
range of food
on offer is a real treat.
It's the perfect place to pop in to after
is grilled tuna with steamed spinach on
the side. I usually have it with a salad.
I always try to make sure that whatever
I eat is balanced as I like to have my greens
and my protein.
the stuff they have available is no good!
are raised as though they are one. Although
I am from the Dinka tribe, my parents
didnt raise us as the Dinka tribe.
They raised us as the Wek family, in the
way they believed
should grow up. So when you leave, the first
thing you think
is the ones you left behind. Its natural
them in any way you can. I found a way to
rather than asking my Mum
to give me money.
I would work
and send money back to pay for their rent
don't really have dinner
because I'm not a great