Previously, I had talked about multi-use kitchen tools/gadgets which struck me as a bad idea, in terms of kitchen safety. Today, I am pleased to comment on a multi-use tool which could come in very handy, especially in outdoors cooking (i.e. camping) and eating. The Knork: A combination fork and knife, the Knork as pictured… Continue reading Multi-Use Tools or a bright idea
So, Saturday is the day. By this time on September 12, Chris and I will be arriving in our hotel room, hopefully soon to use the whirlpool part of the whirlpool suite although it will probably take me an hour to pull all the bobby pins from my hair (based on the trial run). With… Continue reading Food Filled Labor Day
Today’s words of wisdom: Do not. I repeat, Do not, rely on your GPS when making dining decision after a long day in an unfamiliar area. In particular, I advise giving said GPS one shot then either stop and ask for advice or go home. The consequence, if you choose not to heed me? Well,… Continue reading A little tip, free of charge. No really, allow me.
I haven’t posted much lately, I know. Things have been a bit hectic. On March 2, I started taking 2 classes through Walden instead of one. Between work, planning a short trip to Florida for a wedding, another trip to Puerto Rico, also for a wedding, in May and some other future planning activities, I… Continue reading My Life in Pictures
Bread with stuff between, even better. The Detroit Free Press has a couple articles on the best burgers and best sandwiches in Metro Detroit. Well, more like slideshows of the winning tastes. Quoting from Slide 37 of the Burger Show: The onion odor that clings to your clothes if you eat in is considered part of… Continue reading Bread is good.