Tummy is grumbling. I can feel my hanger (angry because I’m hungry) coming on. The world is a fog. Everyone is annoying and I need to get some food in my belly before the acid in my stomach starts eating through my spinal cord (not literally, but that’s what it feels like).
I run into the house, fling off my coat onto the couch, throw the grocery bags on the counter and start making my lunch.
From grocery bag to table in 5 minutes. Here goes.
I pull out the mandoline, wash my zucchini and basil, and I quickly slice the zucchini by setting my mandoline to 1/16″ thick. I place the pile of zucchini in a bowl, toss with olive oil, the juice of a meyer lemon, plenty of fresh pink Himalayan sea salt, fresh cracked pepper, and I add in some basil leaves and garnish with toasted pine nuts and shaved pecorino cheese. Done.