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Category Archives: food
this animal is thinking about …
Do you ever wonder what the Mysterious Animal (or is it a Horrible Creature?) is thinking about in one of these sketchbook drawings? Hint: it is probably not going to advance the implied plot too much. Also, it is not … Continue reading
happy thanksgiving, with all the ambiguities, and also plus a traditional craft
Happy Thanksgiving to our readers in the USA, and a vague introduction to an ambiguous US holiday for everyone else. Thanksgiving can be treated as a reason/excuse for a feast, with or without family (and therefore something you either really … Continue reading
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superb owl weekend
I celebrated the weekend of the Superb Owl by drawing some owls as my drawings of the day. Eastern Screech Owls, specifically, mostly because I still have the vague idea that there is going to be an owl character in … Continue reading
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in praise of the red velvet kitkat
Cue up “Love Cats” by the Cure, and join me in celebrating the return of the elusive and much anticipated Red Velvet flavored KitKats. For some reason, these are a Valentine’s Day seasonal offering, available only in the miniature size. … Continue reading
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hulk poem onion
(The Incredible Hulk is in my kitchen, making caramelized onions and writing poetry.) Hulk magic skillet: Onions disappear, make brown taste delicious. Hulk learn new word today: umami.
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naga with a paczhi
Celebrating fifty years of so of not going to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, and probably about 15 or twenty of not going to Carnival at Rio, so have a Naga with a Paczhi. (I may have actually taught … Continue reading
A 100% increase in home coffee brewing capacity leads directly to a corresponding increase in early morning poetry output. Coffee grounds in wet brown filter. Do not dump them all over the kitchen. Or maybe a not-a-haiku is better: Coffee … Continue reading
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black and white and green (and yellow) all over
I’d rather photograph it than eat it. Not a fan of this particular vegetable, but I really like the graphics on the carton, and even the real thing in the package below is pretty photogenic. ( The Fuji X100T visits … Continue reading
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The Standard Catalog of Official Chinese Buffet Sheet Cake Desserts offers this rather elegant bit of chocolate calligraphy to aid in identifying the carrot cake squares. I find it much more attractive than the usual triangular dollop of bright … Continue reading
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a bacon accomplishment
My major accomplishment yesterday: I bookmatched the bacon.
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