Tag: food

  • Mmmm.

    This has been a weekend of good food. Last night for dinner we made pizza — a parmesan and romano flatbread with pesto, bosc pear slices, caramelized onions and Brie. Everything was just the right proportion, the pear softened up just enough in the oven, and the pesto was just oily enough to make it […]

  • bacon bacon bacon bacon bacon

    mendel: Ugh, this spinach salad is not good mendel: spinach, chicken, tomatoes, mushrooms. should be good, right? BUT mendel: it is really a BACON SALAD with SPINACH Halfjack: WHY DO YOU HATE BACON mendel: not only does it have lots of bacon in it, the included dressing is SWEET AND SOUR BACON mendel: >_< mendel: […]

  • and a yo ho ho

    Wow, I haven’t posted in forever. Well, the easiest way to get around that is to post about something, so here you go. So apparently I like rum. I didn’t think I liked rum. I have exactly one childhood memory about rum (and boy, if “childhood memory about rum” doesn’t raise warning flags), except that […]

  • This does not make food.

    Candice and I decided we wanted peanut butter cookies. First stop: the recipe on the side of the jar of Kraft peanut butter. Second stop: Any other recipe, because: Super Easy Kraft Peanut Butter Cookies 1. MIX together 1 cup KRAFT Smooth Peanut Butter, 1/2 cup sugar, and an egg. 2. ROLL into balls and […]

  • Toaster ovens

    Candice and I have been trying to figure out how to best use some Sears gift certificates we got for Christmas, and one of the possibilities was to get a toaster oven. So we’ve read some reviews online, and looked at what Sears has available, and are still pretty much right where we started. Why […]

  • Beginner’s scotch

    Scotch drinkers: What’s a decent, inexpensive and readily available single malt or good blend for a brand-new scotch drinker whose current dram of choice is a good dark sipping rum? I don’t want something pretending to be bourbon, but I don’t want to overwhelm with iodine and peat either. Probably some sort of Speyside or […]

  • true motivation

    “Validating your copy of Windows not only keeps your business in good hands, it can put your hands around a great cup of coffee by using your $5 Tim Hortons Gift Certificate.” Canadians like their Timmy Ho’s, but that’s just bizarre.

  • mmmmm

    Hungry? (Be sure to note the “similar items” section. Also, if you weren’t around on the innarweb when this was current, be sure to also see dogs in elk.)