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…and I am astounded at what I will sit through.
Amazon’s Prime Video appears to be the gift that keeps on giving. They seem to be topping off their video offerings with a lot of classic movies that I was wishing that Netflix would add until I gave up caring about Netflix. They are also overstocking their bargain basement with some remarkable schlock that I haven’t seen since the late, great Doctor Shock ruled Saturday afternoons in the broadcast regions around Philadelphia, PA. Such is the case with The Astounding She-Monster. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and bags of cranberries have made an appearance on 9th Street. There will be cranberry orange relish, and breads, and pies – but last night there were brined pork chops and cranberries layered in a baking dish and they were magnificent! Continue reading
One of my favorite family photos of my uncles who served in World War II – seated – Louis and Arthur, standing – Roland, Edmond, and Walter. Thanks to all who have served!
A couple of doodles in the cheap sketchbook. The paper bleeds like crazy with ink and does not work to well with the water soluble pencils, but is real happy with my red leads and Blackwing 602 pencil. Continue reading
Nature is a spectacular pattern maker!
I spied this hidden gem as I was walking South on Broad Street. This architectural beauty dates from 1929 and is located at 408-10 S. Juniper Street. Juniper runs parallel to Broad Street, and I shot this from a parking lot.
I was playing with a new-to-me DSLR and will have to head back there when I get a wide-angle lens.
When the weather turns cool, nothing makes The Boy happier than a roast chicken with baked potatoes and carrots. Last week, I decided to make Potatoes Anna – thin sliced potatoes, brushed with butter, layered in a skillet, and baked until golden. The beauty of this dish is that it can be made ahead, then reheated covered with foil in a 350º oven for 20 minutes or even in the microwave. It’s delicious and Boy approved! Continue reading