Was this on Sir Patrick Stewart's bucket list?

The 72-year-old actor shared a major first with his Twitter followers on Wednesday:

We applaud the form, Sir Stewart, and we tip our hats to you trying something new and not staying stuck in your pizza-less ways. And for actually eating your meal -- the foodie loves to play with his food:

(h/t Gotham)

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  • Worth The Whisk

    Los Angeles-based Patti Londre runs Camp Blogaway each spring near Big Bear, California, where 100 food bloggers from across the country gather. At 58, Londre, has been cooking since she was 11. Every job she's held since age 16 has been food-related. Now she has hobby jobs, she says, including writing <a href="http://worththewhisk.com/">Worth The Whisk</a> and a travel blog for mid-lifers contemplating retirement. She describes her cooking style as "unpretentious, frugal and Larry-approved." Larry is her long-time, well-fed husband.

  • Butterscotch Pudding

    Want to know Patti's secret to this recipe? There's no scotch! Click <a href="http://worththewhisk.com/2009/07/08/butterscotch-pudding/">here</a> for a full description of how she made this creamy pudding.

  • Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup

    Here's one way to avoid dreadful holiday shopping lines: Take Patti's advice and use her very filling, low-cost soups as gifts. A full recipe can be found <a href="http://worththewhisk.com/2009/05/25/crockpot-chicken-noodle-soup/">here</a>.

  • Ronald Reagan’s Macaroni and Cheese

    We're not sure what this extra cheesy mac n' cheese has to do with Ronald Reagan, but it looks delicious. Click <a href="http://worththewhisk.com/2009/05/25/president-reagans-macaroni-and-cheese/">here</a> for a full recipe.

  • Shockingly Delicious

    Dorothy Reinhold, 56 and from Malibu California, may shop the farmers' markets with the stars, but her cooking is very down-to-Earth. Reinhold stresses seasonal fruits and vegetables in her recipes. She's even been known to check what's on sale at the local markets and come up with a timely recipe for it. She writes at <a href="http://www.shockinglydelicious.com/">Shockingly Delicious</a> which in foodspeak means "scary good," she said. Reinhold comes from a newspaper editor/PTA president/financial-planner-so-let's-keep-it-frugal background. Nothing like a mid-life working mom/family juggler to know how to simplify cooking without sacrificing deliciousness.

  • Walking Tostada

    This walking tostada is a 1980s recipe from Dorothy's mother. Click <a href="http://www.shockinglydelicious.com/walking-tostada-for-sundaysupper/">here</a> to find out how she does it.

  • Lentil Tacos

    Lentils stand in for the ground beef, and once you taste them, you might prefer them over traditional tacos like we do! Find this heart healthy recipe <a href="http://www.shockinglydelicious.com/lentil-tacos-with-sliced-olives/">here</a>.

  • Better Than Trader Joe’s Kale And Edamame Bistro Salad

    Dorothy used to love Trader Joe's kale and edamame bistro salad, until she realized she could make it herself for a third of the price. Click <a href="http://www.shockinglydelicious.com/better-than-trader-joes-kale-and-edamame-bistro-salad/">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Men Who Like To Cook

    While we're talking Hollywood, you can't overlook the musings or makings of David Latt -- an Emmy award-winning ("Hill Street Blues") TV producer for 25 years. He got through the long hours and stress of dealing with production craziness by cooking. "Sometimes after a really difficult week, I’d cook all weekend. Eight, 10 hours each day, I’d stand over the cutting board and stove, cooking. Cutting carrots calmed me down and gave me hope again. Other people in my profession took up gambling or drank or went crazy chasing women. Not me. I went home and cooked," he says on his blog <a href="http://guyswholiketocook.blogspot.com/" target="_hplink">Guys Who Like To Cook</a>. His first eCookbook, "10 Delicious Holiday Recipes," is available on Amazon, and in his spare time, he updates his second food blog, <a href="http://menwholiketocook.blogspot.com" target="_hplink">Men Who Like To Cook</a>.

  • Rosemary Fried Chicken

    As if this chicken did not look filling enough, David paired the dish with onion rings. Click <a href="http://menwholiketocook.blogspot.com/2009/04/rosemary-fried-chicken.html">here</a> for a full recipe.

  • Egg Salad with Grilled Vegetables and Crisp Bacon

    This egg salad reminds David of beach picnics he used to have with his family as a kid. Click <a href="http://menwholiketocook.blogspot.com/2010/07/egg-salad-goes-to-beach.html">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Kosher Dill Pickles

    This dish is not for someone looking for a quick meal, and can take as long as 5 days to fully pickle. Click <a href="http://menwholiketocook.blogspot.com/2007/12/kosher-pickles.html">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Kalyn's Kitchen

    After losing more than 40 pounds on the South Beach Diet, blogger Kalyn Denny of Salt Lake City, Utah became convinced that lower-glycemic cooking was the way to stay healthy. Her blog, <a href="http://www.kalynskitchen.com/">Kalyn's Kitchen</a> features recipes that she's created or adapted to use low-glycemic foods. The glycemic index is a measure of how quickly foods turn to sugar in the bloodstream, so this type of cooking is good for people with diabetes, pre-diabetes or anyone who's trying to lose weight on a lower-carb eating plan. Many of her recipes are also gluten-free since she focuses on not using flour.

  • Balsamic and Onion Slow Cooker Pot Roast

    You can put this pot roast in a slow cooker before you go to work, and it will be ready by the time you come home. Click <a href="http://www.kalynskitchen.com/2007/01/how-to-make-pot-roast-in-crockpot.html">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Stuffed Green Peppers with Brown Rice, Italian Sausage, and Parmesan

    These stuffed green peppers are cheap, easy and healthy. Click <a href="http://www.kalynskitchen.com/2010/09/recipe-for-stuffed-green-peppers-with.html">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Feta and Sumac

    According to Kalyn, if you like sweet potatoes and feta separately, then you are going to love them together. Click <a href="http://www.kalynskitchen.com/2011/04/recipe-for-twice-baked-sweet-potatoes.html">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Gluten-Free Doctor

    Jean Layton, 52, became a doctor after she lost her first husband to cancer. Her cooking and blogging goal is to educate people that "food is truly the first medicine." She writes <a href="http://www.gfdoctorrecipes.com/">Gluten-Free Doctor</a> from Bellingham, Washington, just south of the Canadian border. She is gluten intolerant, as are her husband's twin teenage daughters. "Food is a healing tool," she said. This year she's focused on non-GMO and organic foods -- and is happy that the marketplace is finally producing gluten-free and organic in the same product.

  • Gluten-Free Vegan Pumpkin Soup With Smoky Maple Pepita Brittle

    According to Jean, orange is the color of fall, making this recipe perfect for the holiday season. Click <a href="http://www.gfdoctorrecipes.com/creamy-vegan-pumpkin-soup-with-maple-pepita-brittle/">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Black Girl Chef's White

    Cheryl D. Lee, who blogs at <a href="http://blackgirlchefswhites.com/wordpress/">Black Girl Chef's White</a>, is a 50-year-old chef and food blogger who shares her home with her five-year-old daughter and her 82-year-old mother. She cooks for both and strives for dishes that both will eat. Oxtails? "My mom and daughter both love oxtails, so I have a few oxtail recipes on the blog," said Lee. She's also blessed with a five-year-old who loves vegetables and a Mom who appreciates good food.

  • Slow Cooker Caribbean Oxtails

    Cheryl first created this dish in an attempt to recreate the flavors of her former Brooklyn neighborhood. Click <a href="http://blackgirlchefswhites.com/wordpress/2012/05/22/slow-cooker-caribbean-oxtails/">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Snow Pea Shoot Salad with Asian Vinaigrette

    According to Cheryl, using snow pea shoots are a great way to jazz up an ordinary salad. Click <a href="http://blackgirlchefswhites.com/wordpress/2012/02/06/snow-pea-shoot-salad-with-asian-vinaigrette/">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Achiote-Orange Carnitas

    While this is one of Cheryl's Cinco De Mayo recipes, it can be great any day of the year. Click <a href="http://blackgirlchefswhites.com/wordpress/2011/05/05/achiote-orange-carnitas/">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Sodium Girl

    <a href="http://www.sodiumgirl.com/">Sodium Girl</a> is a girl with a mission. Jessica Goldman Foung was facing kidney failure from Lupus complications when she decided that nothing would stop her from having a full life and a full belly. She found that a well-controlled, salt-free, low-sodium diet was her key to staying healthy and active. While not a mid-lifer herself -- she is 29 -- her recipes will work for those with hypertension (high blood pressure).

  • Low-Sodium Brisket Taco

    Do you have left over brisket from the holidays? Don't let it go to waste -- turn it into a taco! Click <a href="http://www.sodiumgirl.com/low-sodium-brisket-taco/">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Salt-Free Corn and Brussel Sprout Pasta

    This pasta may only have a few ingredients, but it has lots of flavor. Click <a href="http://www.sodiumgirl.com/salt-free-corn-and-brussels-pasta/">here</a> for the full recipe.

  • Carrot "Cheddar" Chili

    Jessica serves these to football-watching guests on Sunday as a healthy, low-sodium tailgate treat. Click <a href="http://www.sodiumgirl.com/carrot-cheddar-chili/">here</a> for the full recipe.