Deep fried (in peanut oil) zucchini and soy sauce, pork chop (no photo unfortunately) … … and strawberries in sweetened condensed milk.
Since my mom passed away in April, I’ve fallen way off my diet. It was an intentional choice – good food provided comfort, plus I bought a grill and have been … Continue reading Delicious Dinner
I downloaded the Reverse Movie FX app on my phone and Maia and I played around with it filming videos in the swimming pool over the weekend. This is one brief … Continue reading Maia Jumps Out of the Pool
Thailand is at the top of the list of places I’d like to retire. There are plenty of reasons for this, and its many festivals are a one of them. … Continue reading Lantern Festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Happiness is being mistakenly given an extra-large iced Americano when you ordered a large. And not being charged for it. On a Friday. Casual Friday. And it’s a slow day.
I received a pleasant surprise in the weekly staff meeting this morning – a completely unexpected Staff Appreciation and Recognition (STAR) Award for the fiscal year of 2017-18. I was … Continue reading I’m a STAR
Sometimes, if you put a little effort into it, you can feel like you’re traveling to faraway places without leaving your home. Today I had a little fun grilling some … Continue reading A Late Saturday Afternoon Meal
This is fantastic. Uruguay’s Jose Maria Gimenez scores the game-winning goal against Egypt on a header in the 90th minute and this room full of Uruguayan schoolchildren erupts in glee. … Continue reading Uruguyuan Schoolchildren React to Winning Goal During World Cup
Like I suppose a lot of people did, I performed a few Google searches in the aftermath of Anthony Bourdain’s passing* in what started as a retrospective attempt to find … Continue reading (Not So) Short Review of Chungking Express