I am making use of the many leftovers from yesterday: fresh kraut, longaniza sausage, and a big crock of beans. I have too many tomatoes that must be used so I must work it all together to not waste food. Dinner tonight is as follows – Tomatoes reduced with fresh chilies. Sausage crumbled in to… Continue reading Dinner
We are easing into summer so I thought it best to harvest my big batch of sauerkraut a little early as I can no longer trust the temperature in my stairwell to stay conducive towards stable fermentation. I transferred the crunchy, wonderfully fragrant and effervescent kraut to smaller glass jars before tucking them into my… Continue reading Sausage and Kraut
Mexico is a tremendously underappreciated country. And up until just a few short years ago I was one of the many who discounted its wonders. During that time of my profound ignorance I somehow held the opinion that Peru was the greatest country in Latin America. Now there is no question in my mind that… Continue reading Rethink Mexico
What are those things in this world we really need to survive? It is surprisingly simple. And the list reads like poetry.
I just finished watching a new YouTube video entitled, Can Surface Andromeda replace your PC? And it appears to be another one of those videos published by Windows Central whose whole purpose has to be testing the waters on just how amenable the consumer market feels towards Microsoft’s softly hyped, yet to be delivered, new… Continue reading Mobile – What I Want – II
Every last electronic device I’ve owned in the past 8 years – save the wonderful Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit workstation I built bottoms up – has largely been a great disappointment. And that goes double for all my mobile devices. Would somebody please explain to me how my beloved electronics industry could so betray… Continue reading Mobile – What I Want
I am not much for the use of exclamation points. One per post, article or email should be a sufficient demonstration of surprise, indignation, exclamation, or otherwise enthusiasm. Using two exclamation points is hyperbole. And using two or more to punctuate a single sentence is just plain wrong. Homemade sauerkraut demands at minimum double (triple)… Continue reading Sauerkraut!