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Monthly Archives: September 2011
The point is to perform every activity, from playing basketball to taking out the garbage, with precise attention, moment by moment. Phil Jackson
There are lots of shortcuts for making pizza dough, but I’m not sure this one counts as a shortcut. It simply uses a time-honored method for a quick bread — using beer instead of yeast — and applies it to … Continue reading
“A great step towards independence is a good-humored stomach, one that it willing to endure rough treatment.” ~ Seneca the Younger
Summer‘s over. Put away the SPF and get out the wooly jumpers. OBTW, official time for the start of autumn is 9:04 Greenwich Mean Time, UTC, Zulu, or whatever you want to call it. That’s oh-dark-thirty in these parts. Cheers!
Thanks to parenthood, I now know why people buy wine in a box.