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Our resident poet, the Incredible Hulk, branches out from his usual haiku (Hulk-ku) form in this poem he wrote on Wednesday, in the depths of the Polar Vortex. The temperature at the time was -18 degrees Fahrenheit. When super cold, … Continue reading
No, not unwanted mass emails or phone calls. Real actual SPAM. Shiny foil wrapped SPAM, in fact. But wait, you may ask– doesn’t SPAM come in a can? In fact, isn’t SPAM famous for coming in a can? Yes it … Continue reading
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
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
American Chinese buffet restaurants are famous for their eccentric decorations. Our local recently installed this eclectic display above the sushi counter, featuring two large green and brown ceramic planters with elephants at each end, filled with mysterious containers (one was … Continue reading
(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.
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
Or the day I spent way too much time trying to photograph a stainless steel teakettle with a phone camera. My goal of spending a year without a major purchase lasted about five weeks, six at the outside, as I … Continue reading