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 →
Here’s another satisfying but forgotten mystery movie the likes of which used to play regularly at local movie houses when there were local movie houses. Eventually films like this would pad out the schedules of local UHF channels to be enjoyed by insomniacs as they were unspooled during the Late, Late Show. Of course, this was well before the advent of infomercials.
It’s the end of June (where did the month go?), and the temperatures are beginning to rise. That said, it’s nice to have gnocchi which cooks in 60 seconds, and with a quick toss in a pan of your sauce of choice – dinner is served! Continue reading →
Long before the overstuffed, CGI abominations such as The Day After Tomorrow and Man of Steel which I refer to as disaster porn and four decades before the disaster cycle of films of the ’70s such as The Towering Inferno and Earthquake there was the end of the world opus Deluge.Continue reading →
I recently received my first order from Jerry’s Artarama, and I have to admit that I ordered because the store’s name had “arama” in it’s title. I’m glad that I did. Their website is easy to use, and their prices are fairly good. Continue reading →
Wading through my fabric stash, I found this fat quarter. I don’t remember where I bought it or why, but small patterns are great to make bow ties with. I set aside a little time yesterday afternoon and made this one for a friend. I hope he likes it!
If you’re interested in making your own tie, there’s a tutorial here,