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If you like it, drop us a line. I may one day pick up where the strip left off to find out what is going on with Mickey the Monkey and Sylvia the Bird.
I’m a huge fan of lemon desserts, and this particular recipe has quite a history. This was known as “lemon delicious pudding” and became popular in America in the late 19th century. It was published in a cook book by Fannie Farmer and is rumored to have it’s roots in England.
It’s got a simple list of ingredients – butter, flour, milk, eggs, lemon juice, sugar. When baked, a light sponge cake separates from a thick, lemon curd on the bottom. It can be served warm or cold, with ice cream, whipped cream, and/or berries. Continue reading
See if this sounds familiar: In a college town circa 1962 a group of students carouse from bar to bar, falling in and out of bed with coeds as well as married women and culminating in a prank that has disastrous consequences.
Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son.
This is a movie that I fell across as I was searching for something to watch on my favorite streaming channel Pub-D-Hub. I decided to watch it because I was curious about the “perform pranks with disastrous consequences” line in the synopsis. I had to know the nature of the pranks. I continued watching because of the cast which includes some of Britain’s biggest stars at the start of their careers. Continue reading
I’ve been sitting on the sofa with a sketchbook in my lap trying out some of my new art materials and playing around with a few I forgot I had. I should be up at my desk in my studio, but the Dog Days of Summer came early to Philadelphia, and the third floor of a rowhouse is not where I want to be. Continue reading
Last week, we had quite a few days of 90+ degree days around these parts. When the weather fills you with dread about making dinner, this chopped salad is a lifesaver. Mine had imported tuna in olive oil and garbanzo beans as a protein, tomatoes, avocado, cucumbers, red roasted peppers, artichoke hearts, and fresh mozzarella. Chopped salad, because you can’t serve popsicles for dinner every night! Continue reading
This is my latest acquisition. It is a cake of water soluble graphite that I will be using in conjunction with standard graphite and other water soluble pencils. The results are like ink washes, and I’ve been having a blast building up tones on my drawings.
I just got this so stay tuned to see what I come up with. It’s a shame to spoil the beautiful logo molded into the graphite disk, but spoil it I shall.
Ramen noodles are a handy item to keep in your pantry. You can usually score them three for a buck at the grocery store, and if you toss the seasoning packets – you’ve got noodles that cook in about three minutes. Which gives you plenty of time to cook the beef, chop vegetables and mince garlic for this dish! Continue reading
It’s that time of the year!