Avocado Toast. Lookout, Lookout. It’s Perfume Genius.

Here’s something fun you can do.

Go to Starbucks. Place your drink order and give your name as Primrose Everdeen. When they call you, yell “I volunteer as tribute!”

Here is another fun thing you can do.

Make some Avocado Toast.

I am obsessed with it.

How did I only discover this incredibly simple, but amazing, combination this week?

I was flipping through food blogs when I came across this post about Avocado Toast. Faith asked for readers’ favorite way to make it and there were 85 (!!!!) comments. That is a lot of people loving Avocado Toast.

Now I do, too. I’ve had Avocado Toast for breakfast every day this week and twice for lunch.

Try some yourself.

Avocado Toast


Thick slices of good quality bread (I love using multi-grain)
Olive oil
Sea salt and pepper


1. Toast bread and drizzle with olive oil.

2. Mash avocado with a fork and spread over the toast. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

I find that one avocado makes enough for about 3 slices of toast. Three very delicious slices of toast.

Totally gripped by this song.

I feel a rush of emotion whenever I hear these lyrics.

“Keep your wits
He will not be missed
He didn’t have a family to begin with”

Rather than just the song, I thought you would enjoy video of this lovely live version of Lookout, Lookout.

Check out Perfume Genius on Facebook where you can link to buy the music.


About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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