I was on my own for dinner the other night and looking to make something easy. 99 times out of 100, I would scrabble four eggs, add some sriracha and be done. The only problem was that I only had two eggs left.
I didn’t really have any frozen veggies that were appealing to me. I thought, “maybe we have some kale.” Of course we didn’t. We hadn’t been to the grocery store in a week. Did I mention the two eggs?
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Scotch eggs are a common picnic food. In the United Kingdom packaged Scotch eggs are available in supermarkets, corner shops and motorway service stations. Miniature versions are also widely available, sold as “savoury eggs”, “picnic eggs”, “party eggs”, “snack eggs”, “egg bites” or similar. These contain chopped egg or a quail’s egg, rather than a whole chicken egg, and sometimes contain mayonnaise or chopped bacon.
As you may know, my go-to budget drink is a little something I like to call the Michigan Mule. More often, I like to drink something a little more middle shelf. So this is a bit of an evolution for my mule. Sort of a grown up version. I don’t have a name for this concoction yet, but here’s the recipe: Continue reading “Here’s the best reason to make ginger-infused Truvia simple syrup”
I keep humming this old Nirvana ear-worm. You know the one. The chorus is like,
He’s the one
Who likes all the pretty songs
And he likes to sing along
And he likes the s#!t he’s got
But he knows not what it means
Knows not what it means
And I say yeah
I’m gonna ramble for a bit, but I’ll eventually make my point.
I don’t have any “Facebook” friends. I just have friends. Pretty much all of them are online. Or to say it another way; if we are friends on Facebook, it’s because I decided that I genuinely like you. We are friends.
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This week’s Found on Wikipedia is inspired by Mitt Romney’s entrance into the 2016 Republican presidential discussion. Enjoy.
My friend Teresa Boardman recently asked for my expert advice. I thought it would be fun to share my response here. Feel free to send in your own #GLD questions and I will try to answer them… when I get around to it. Continue reading “GLD Hacks: Online Banking”
Recently, a buddy of mine posted this article about how America is getting dumber. It reminded me of the Dihydrogen monoxide hoax.
Let’s face it, a flour tortilla isn’t all that different from a donut when it comes to carb count. So I don’t think I could honestly tell you that this breakfast recipe is healthy. The thing is, I really love breakfast burritos, and if I’m going to eat one, I really want it to be somewhat healthier than they usually are. Especially the highly processed ones you find in the freezer section. So here is my recipe for a sorta healthy breakfast burrito that also tastes great. I make ten at a time, freeze them, and warm them up in the microwave in the morning. Continue reading “Sorta healthy frozen breakfast burritos.”