Chewie here tells me you’re lookin’ for passage to the Alderaan system?
Welcome to the thunder-dome:
– Saturday, I went to the beach called Juan Dolio to meet up with some co-workers. It was a beach with sand and water and relaxing, as beaches should be.
I know you all are eagerly anticipating the release of my next thriller, Climb, Repeat; Jump, Repeat, but I have to get a few Monday things out of the way first. I have learned a lot today, and wanted to share with my loyal readers tips to help in everyday life.
From Chef Mr. Eat-Garlic:
– If the chicken smells funny, it probably isn’t good anymore.
– When ordering cheese at the supermarket, ‘cuarta libra’ means four pounds of cheese, while ‘un cuarta’ means one quarter-pound of cheese. If anyone has tips on eating a pound and a half of cheese, please feel free to leave that in the comments or mail it to:
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20500
– Two onions and two monster cloves of garlic is enough for a can of beans and a pound of pork cutlets. Barely.
– When peeling a carrot, once you are going to peel the the second half and grab the first half, it becomes slippery. For when you’re peeling over a trashcan (zafacón), please don’t let that affect your grip or it shall affect your chances of eating that carrot.
– Do not fry food shirtless, oil gets a little jumpy when it’s hot. Do everything else shirtless.
– Too much olive oil? Never heard of it.
– Black beans beat beets, by far. The question is, do bears beet black beans Battlestar Galactica?
Moving on, tips from Mr. Shake on how to cope with life’s little battles: Continue reading
Food is underrated and needs more attention. I know we eat it every day and America kind of has an obsession with letting it control emotions, destroy lives, and permeate our very being, but let me have my bold sweeping statements when I want them. I’m going to tell you about all of the food I’ve been eating, oh dear private diary. Continue reading