Millennials try to one-up each other all the time with the gastronomical miracles they “whip up” on the regular – and this writer just doesn’t care. Photo: Shutterstock
Millennials try to one-up each other all the time with the gastronomical miracles they “whip up” on the regular – and this writer just doesn’t care. Photo: Shutterstock
Sadie Kaye
Opinion

Opinion

Sadie Kaye

MasterChef wannabes and the wildly implausible meals they ‘whip up’ at home – this foodie one-upmanship is not for me

  • Foodie millennials trying to one-up each other with gastronomical miracles they just ‘whip up’ on the regular? Get me out of this party
  • All this talk of ‘bruising’ herbs, ‘sun-ripened’ tomatoes – as if anything else could – and creating something magical. Why does anyone think it’s impressive?

Millennials try to one-up each other all the time with the gastronomical miracles they “whip up” on the regular – and this writer just doesn’t care. Photo: Shutterstock
Millennials try to one-up each other all the time with the gastronomical miracles they “whip up” on the regular – and this writer just doesn’t care. Photo: Shutterstock
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