Monthly Archives: March 2013

Nicky Wants Your $–Take 3

Nicky has a new entry on his WordPress.  The title is about progress on “the new entry,” presumably for his Codexed.  Yet, when you read it, it’s full of whine and cheese about his finances.  It seems that his grandfather … Continue reading

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Funniest Thing Ever

Susan Collins hosted a lunch meeting on Capitol Hill, to which Obama was invited, along with a number of Republican senators.  On the menu were Maine lobster salad, and pie made from wild Maine blueberries.  So far, so good, right? … Continue reading

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Habemus Frankie

Oh, I’m going to get booed for this.  The Vatican elected an Argentinian who has decided to go by Francis I.  Mostly, I don’t give a rat’s patootie.  There’s no way this guy is going to infringe on my daily … Continue reading

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A Couple of Things

First, Nicky either wants to move out, or has been told to do so.  He’s looking for an apartment.  He’s claimed he’s doing that before, but it hasn’t happened since he moved back from Justice years ago.  What I find … Continue reading

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Best Investment Ever

Value for money this year, so far, has been the $110 I spent on materials for our cold frame.  For that, we built a rather large one that’ll last for at least a couple of decades.  I insisted on 1/4″ … Continue reading

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Mom, What Are We Having for Dinner?

Leftover chicken.  We can split the other breast, and use the rest of it for tetrazzini, a pot pie, or some sort of other casserole, and yes, I’m going to stew the carcass to get some chicken broth.

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Poke It

Your chicken, pork, veal, beef, bison, elk, or whatever.  Poke it.  When it’s done, it’ll spring back a little, and smell like it’s ready to eat.  Same deal with fish.  If it’s undercooked, it’ll still feel flabby.  If it’s cooked … Continue reading

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