disclosure: the links on this page are affiliate links to buy the book on Amazon A few months Several months ago my friend Angela published and gave me her book called Backyard Farming on An Acre (More or Less). For a suburban-raised guy like me who’s now living in the country, it’s become my go […]
As regular readers here at Every Other Thursday already know, my three year-old son has Celiac Disease and is restricted to a gluten free diet. He will have to eat a gluten free diet for the rest of his life as he deals with the autoimmune disease that now effects 1 in 133 Americans today. […]
As a card carrying member of the Man Club, there are very few foods I wouldn’t stuff my face with – especially after having a few drinks. Day old burritos? No problem. Week-old General Tsao’s chicken? Just pick off the hardened rice and we’re good to go. Half-brown pears? Why not, they’re just as juicy […]
When I’m on daddy duty on the weekends, anything pretty much goes, especially in the morning and especially for breakfast. Rather than fight with the kids and trying to jam fruit, yogurt, etc. down their throats, it’s open season on anything in the house. As long as their eating and behaving, that’s all that matters. […]
But, my “nooner” with McRib was worth it. Our motel was the front seat of my car and the foreplay was opening its box.
I’m the take-out king and damn proud of it. There’s an art to ordering and finding those diamonds in the neighborhood rough that can bring food-goodness to your doorstep in 45 minutes or less, every time, no matter what you order. We’ve taken a bit of a break from ordering out because we’ve been diligent […]
When you have kids, your main goal in life is to not screw up theirs and if you can sprinkle in some wisdom, college tuition and the car keys from time to time, you’re golden. However, in my household, I am the king of useless information that can make or break a day, a week, […]