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“The League’s” Paul Scheer Wants You to Stop Taking Pictures of Your Food

Welcome to My Morning Routine, where we talk with musicians, actors, politicians, and athletes about the foods they start and end their days with—and everything in between.

Actor, comedian, and writer Paul Scheer is best known as the earnest, weird, often annoying Dr. Andre Nowzick on The League, the show that’s sort of about fantasy football but mostly about a group of friends in their 30s. On the show, he’s the kind of friend who posts, “Good pizza. Good friends. Good times.” on Facebook while they’re all out to eat. Yep, that friend. We’re big fans of the show over here, so, when he was in New York for a few days, we chatted with Scheer about transcendent cookie experiences, Instagram, and why we should stop putting so many whole vegetables in our Bloody Marys.

On The League, Andre opens a wine bar and joins an urban foraging club. How can people be less annoying about food?
Don’t take a picture of everything you eat. It’s like dating someone—you don’t want to tell everyone you love them, only certain people. You have to save that picture for when it’s really worth it. I only Instagrammed a photo of food once, because it [a brisket cheeseburger in Atlanta] was literally the best thing I ever put in my mouth.

We know where we can find Andre: at wine bars, sporting Ed Hardy tees and wacky hats. Where can we find you in L.A.?
I love trying to explore new places, but my day-to-day routine is full of standbys. I’ll hit up The Coffee Bean, and I’m a big food truck person, although I haven’t quite wrapped my mind around eating fish off a food truck yet.

There’s also a sushi restaurant I love, called Saito’s. It’s sandwiched between a doughnut …read more

Source:: Bon Appetit