El portal Bon Appétit repasa la rutina matinal y los gustos culinarios de Justin Timberlake, que protagoniza la nueva película “Trouble With The Curve” con Clint Eastwood. El actor, que reconoce que solo “a veces me gusta el pulpo”, da rienda suelta a la hora de satisfacer sus deseos de “comida y vino”, y afirma que cuando piensa en el plato perfecto, “mi mente viaja a Italia”, donde “la pasta casera es una de las cosas más perfectas”.
I train in the mornings and I’ll eat two breakfasts. I’ll have waffles with flax seed and almond butter and one egg scrambled. Then I’ll work out and have a second breakfast–another egg or a protein shake. Within a half-hour to 40 minutes after a workout, that’s when you want to load up on protein. I mostly workout so I can eat religiously. I’m such a foodie. The only way I can make myself feel better about what I eat is to work out.
I’m such a Type A personality–when it comes to a road trip, I plan my food so far in advance. I roll hard with a cooler. I don’t mess around. I want to avoid ending up eating fast food. I try to stay away from that.
With the exception of octopus, I don’t think I’ve met any food that I didn’t like. And by the way, sometimes I DO like octopus. I’m just not crazy about it by itself. I love sea urchin. I love uni. If I’m going to die of anything, it’s going to be gluttony. I like to indulge in food and wine. But when you ask about the best meal, my mind goes to a trip to Italy, and to a restaurant, Quinzi e Gabrieli. They make an amazing langoustine. They do a lobster pasta with Pecorino cheese that is…extremely memorable. Home-cooked pasta in Italy is one of the most perfect things. The amount of preservatives we put in our food–it hits you when you travel abroad.