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Monthly Archives: April 2014
Pineapple upside-down cake is a classic dessert that dates from the 1920s. James Dole, owner of The Hawaiian Pineapple Company invested in a machine in 1913 that peeled and cored pineapples, and made the formerly exotic fruit affordable and on … Continue reading
Fifty fifth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
When I was first sorting through the 200 negatives that comprise the Capewell Glass Negative Collection, I assumed that this girl who shows up in a lot of the photos of John Capewell’s immediate family was his daughter. As I … Continue reading
I haven’t dyed Easter eggs since grade school. I remember Easter egg hunts with kids racing around like lunatics diving under bushes grabbing every egg they could get their hands on, while I was content to sit under a tree … Continue reading
Having completed my buddy Dan’s mighty Customac Pro, I decided to turn my attentions to my smaller but still wonderful Customac Mini and show it a little tender loving care in the form of a brand new hard-drive. The problem … Continue reading
Fifty fourth in a series creating a collage using five elements.