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  • I'm Joshua Weissman, and this is everything that I eat in a day.

  • The first thing I do when I wake up is I probably to the bathroom or check my phone at the same time.

  • Probably both both at once and then normally I'll go straight to the gym is the first time in my life that I've ever gotten a personal trainer.

  • A lot of people don't know this about me, but I lost over £100 when I was 16 so I know my way in and out of a gym.

  • But I decided to take it a little step further, get a trainer and do something a little more advanced.

  • Shoutout Thio.

  • Nor, if you're watching NJ, he's great.

  • And, uh, he scares me sometimes because he's a big man.

  • The first thing that I eat in the morning is well, sometimes, sometimes nothing.

  • Sometimes I try to get in like a piece of toast and maybe a protein shake.

  • But other than that, usually nothing and water lots of water.

  • Water is good for you.

  • Remember, if I'm gonna have breakfast normally I'll have, like four eggs, maybe a couple pieces of toast, but you see, I do something very special with my eggs.

  • Now I know I do a lot of fancy things and with my chef background and everything like that.

  • But on a regular day, let's be honest.

  • We all just wanna chill and have something that's good for us and satisfies us quickly.

  • So normally I'll get a nonstick pan, throw in some olive oil or butter or whatever a little bit.

  • And then I'll crack all four of my eggs in one layer so that they're not like on top of each other.

  • Let them sit and fry.

  • And just before, like just right when they're still running in, the whites are almost completely set.

  • I'll add some cheese like some Greer great that on top and then fold it like an omelet.

  • Put it on the plate so it's like a fried egg omelet, so when you cut into it, you get the runny yolks.

  • But you also get the stretchy cheese.

  • That's breakfast.

  • I'm a big coffee drinker.

  • I think the last time I had tea was when I was like 12 and I had a tummy ache and my mom gave me camomile tea, and it made me sleepy, and all I know is what I drink.

  • I do not want to make me sleepy.

  • I wanna feel it deep in my veins.

  • This is my coffee shop order.

  • If I'm going to a coffee shop, maybe I make it home.

  • Quad shot ice latte, 16 ounce whole milk.

  • It's the right Strengthen flavor and it's the right strengthen half a nation to But, you know, it's not always just about caffeine.

  • I can't go to a coffee shop and have bad tasting coffee just to get my fix.

  • I will go to the ends of the Earth to find the right place that knows how to pull a good shot.

  • Once I've eaten breakfast, I've had my coffee.

  • The first thing that I'll do after all that is I'll go upstairs to my office, which we're in right now, and I'll check my emails.

  • I'll see what I have to do for the day.

  • I always fill out my to do list the day before.

  • This is a game changer.

  • If you feel like your to do list the night before and it's done, then you can wake up and not have to be stressed.

  • about like, What am I doing today?

  • It's all there laid out in front of you.

  • Feel like probably Most people know that for some reason it's an epiphany for me.

  • And then once I do that, then depending on what I'm doing, I might be filming food that day.

  • I might be testing recipes that day.

  • I might be working on a cookbook that's coming soon.

  • That was a plug.

  • I pretty much work.

  • I work every day and not like I'm flexing because I'm like the grind never stops 100.

  • Yes, that, But also I enjoy what I do.

  • I think that's a big thing for most people is you should love what you do so much that you can't help but do it every darn day.

  • So once lunchtime swings around the corner, if it's a really busy day, sometimes I skip lunch.

  • I try not to do that, but if I am skipping lunch, I might have a big dinner later.

  • Now, if I am gonna eat lunch normally, I'll do one of two things I will have already.

  • Meal prep something.

  • I'll have already cooked something, and I'll toss it together and I'll fry it up in a pan.

  • Or maybe all you know, the look.

  • Let's be honest.

  • If you're busy and you've pre made your meal, sometimes you just toss in the microwave.

  • I need it.

  • I know, I know.

  • Oh, my God, He does it now if I'm not doing that and it's a really busy day, but I wanna get my luncheon then, you know, look, sometimes you just gotta order door dash, which, by the way, for all the restaurant homes that are out there are people who love and appreciate their local restaurants.

  • Please order to go if you can.

  • If I didn't, I will say one thing.

  • If I chose not to eat lunch, I will have probably like three or four miniature snacks throughout the day.

  • That could be anything from like maybe a piece of sour dough bread that I begged.

  • Slice it off, toast it, throw some avocado.

  • I'll hit it with some flaky salt, some lemon zest, lemon juice and then finally chopped chives and then a glug of olive oil that that is a perfect snack every time.

  • If that's not what I'm going for, then honestly, there's one thing that I can't let go, and I don't think I ever will let go.

  • I will find a way to fit cereal in Frosted Flakes.

  • Number one thing.

  • King CEO and then the second would be Cheerios.

  • Those two.

  • And I know that's like some people are like Cheerios, bro E Like Cheerios.

  • So Cheerios and Frosted Flakes.

  • I'll just grab handfuls and then, like, eat and work like I'll stir a pot more strategic than that.

  • But I'll stir a pot and eat Cheerios.

  • All right, so let's say it's dinner time, right?

  • Dinner time could be anywhere between seven and 10 p.m. I try to eat before then because once 10 PM comes around, nobody you want to just go to bed.

  • At that point, let's be honest now if I'm making dinner, I'll either spend that time meal prepping the food so I'll make a big batch of like proteins.

  • I'll get the Suvit out.

  • I'll suvit a bunch of chicken.

  • By the way, this is a great tactic if you're a busy person.

  • But you wanna have, like, fresh cooked meals, get a Sufi, please get a suvit and get a vacuum sealer.

  • You just vacuum seal like six chicken breast with a marinade or whatever you want in there.

  • You drop it in you, suvit, you pull it out, cool it down, and then you've got a ton of meats that you can pull out and sear, and they're perfectly cooked within a couple minutes.

  • Normally, for me, it's just like it's one of those suited proteins, plus a sauteed vegetable.

  • Last night I had bok choy that I stir fried in a walk, but you couldn't do any sauce or roasted vegetable and steamed rice, which, by the way, should be cooking in the rice cooker.

  • Just doesn't note my beverage of choice.

  • For every meal is usually water, I feel like dinner time is the time that I tried to catch up in my water consumption, so I drink a lot of water, but I'm feeling the vibe.

  • I don't mind a nice glass of, you know, whiskey or bourbon or something.

  • In that vein, I did try my first sort of riel deal, tequila that is actually symbol on rocks.

  • And it was quite the experience.

  • Some foods that I might typically avoid would be most fast foods.

  • I mean, my background of like losing over £100 when I was 16.

  • It's just it's just like something that I can't ever bring back in.

  • But then the second thing is, it never satisfies me.

  • I always feel physically bad.

  • The one exception.

  • The one exception is in and out.

  • Given my background and sort of cooking professionally, I don't really avoid that many ingredients.

  • I'll eat pretty much anything, and I've eaten some pretty strange things, you know, like like bull Penis.

  • Can I even say that?

  • Can I say bull Penis?

  • But my point is I will.

  • I'll try almost anything and I won't usually avoid it.

  • But if there's one single item that I'll avoid, it is blue cheese and anyone who knows me, they deeply understand that.

  • I think my favorite food city would be this now.

  • This is limited based off of where I've gone there, a couple places that I still need to visit.

  • But my two favorite food cities of all time are easily New York and Austin, Texas.

  • Now, in Austin, I have a couple of favorite restaurants.

  • I worked in a Chico for a number of years as a lead cook, and so naturally, that's gonna be one of my favorite places.

  • I know I have a bias, but there are There are a couple sort of hidden gems that not everyone knows about.

  • Now people know about the fine dining ones like you, Chico.

  • But all the local Austinites know this one.

  • And it is 888 Pan Asian restaurant, right?

  • It will never let you down there.

  • Kings now in New York, I would say my favorite.

  • So my favorite restaurants in New York are some of the more upscale ones.

  • I do love Blue Hill.

  • Every time I go there, I try to make it to Blue Hill.

  • It's It's amazing experience.

  • If you've never gone, you need to go.

  • I've never been to 11 Madison.

  • I desperately want to go.

  • And I was actually supposed to go this year, but haven't for obvious reasons.

  • But I'd also like to add that a bodega meal is almost equally satisfying.

  • If you're in the right mindset when I'm cooking anything, it depends on what frame of mind I'm in.

  • Honestly, one of the things that I really miss cooking is sort of doing mawr refined fine dining stuff and doing the intricate plating that I really, really enjoy enjoy the art of cuisine.

  • I enjoy making food look beautiful and taking it a step above and looking at every single element.

  • But when I'm with my family, just a good old fashioned stake in a couple side because it's easy, it's delicious.

  • And it's so satisfying when you're basing that steak with that butter and it's foaming.

  • You got the garlic smelling great and it's the right way to go.

  • And that is everything that I eat in a day.

  • Be sure to check me out on YouTube, Joshua Weissman and I'm also gonna be releasing a cookbook in the near future, so keep your eyes peeled, yeah.

I'm Joshua Weissman, and this is everything that I eat in a day.

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