Monthly Archives: August 2017
Penn & Teller: Fool Us, notably Kayla Drescher, was especially poignant tonight. Those with even a passing interest in stage magic should be watching this show.
It’s well-known that we have a fondness for cooking shows. New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton is a particular favourite; not only do we love his food (we have two of his cookbooks), his personality is as big as the former New Orleans Saints linebacker himself. We also quite enjoy Steven Raichlen’s shows (Barbecue University, … Continue reading
…you all ought to have a proper starter; for them as are lacking, we recommend http://carlsfriends.net/ as a good source. It’ll cost you less than a buck; go do it. As a bit of history: why did the Jews not have time to let their bread rise before fleeing? Because sourdough. Modern yeasts weren’t isolated … Continue reading
We were listening to NPR this afternoon when the reporter announced that she’s 26. When did we become an old man? We suppose we can still be a soothsayer.
For those unaware, we grew up on Baa Baa Black Sheep (under its alternate title, Black Sheep Squadron) occasionally viewed in the local Visiting Officers’ Quarters while traveling. We chanced to discover upon the following: https://www.radialconversions.com/ http://www.rotecengines.com/Projects/BrianKelly.html Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HdqLQEpZoA Upon referral to Dad (who also introduced me to airplanes, and to proper–read: round) engines, he … Continue reading