Jailhouse Burrito Video Featured in Grunge

In the past couple of years I've become interested in how people in large institutions eat -- for example, military in the field, or those unfortunate enough to be incarcerated. (You can find my MRE and prison recipe playlists here and here.)

I've tried prison recipes from a couple of different books: Albert "Prodigy" Johnson's Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook & Clifton Collins (Jr.) and Gustavo “Goose” Alvarez's Prison Ramen: Recipes and Stories from Behind Bars.

Recently Grunge.com featured my recreation of the Prison Burrito from Prison Ramen in their article Prison Foods That are Actually Delicious. (Thanks @Grunge!) You can watch my video below.

Peanuts & Coke video mentioned in TipHero

Recently, I came across this Southern tradition of pouring a handful of peanuts into your Coke. People swear by it, so naturally I had to try it. But to try it, to taste how it must have tasted back in the day, you really MUST get Coke made from cane sugar served in a glass bottle. See my reaction in the video below.

The other day one of my fans alerted me to an article featuring my video in TipHero: Why Southerners Put This Snack in their Sodas. Besides calling me a "first-timer" and an "adventurous foodie" I guess it's a pretty cool mention. Thanks @TipHero!