open auditions in Guitar Centers across the country. Prospective Bizkits had to play original material, which was recorded, and sign an obligatory waiver. Not only did the shrewd Durst eschew all the contestants in favor of the "guy from Korn"-- as internet theorists claim -- he had an album's worth of riffs to steal without liability. In this spirit, we would like to publicize the 2010 Walmart Better Living Business Plan Challenge!
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Just about every type of food that can be dried and ground up is sold in flour form by Barry Farm. Using the buckwheat flour for pancakes has been a long-time love of ours, but we were a bit dumbfounded about how to use the chickpea flour we impulse bought. We've also been flipping through Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz for tips on making home-fermented foods like Kim Chi. Rather than just listing recipes (we hate following recipes), Sandor takes the time to explain the basic frameworks behind everything. That way you are encouraged to improvise while still being assured of edible results. People may think of sourdough bread-baking as annoyingly exacting, but with the right strategy you can throw almost anything in and thus have fun while doing it.
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
novella. It's a crowdsourced compendium of common-sense commandments that can ruin your relationship with fat friends and family as a transparent and awkward gift. His original seven word edict (Eat Food Not Too Much Mostly Plants) was a bit too enigmatic, so he made like sixty rules of thumb that can be accompanied by smug chuckling. While it should really be a free pamphlet or series of blog posts, his publisher would much rather add in some light sketches of real food, and charge for it.
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Just to Piss Off RockinnRetarded, Who Often Wistfully Fantasizes About Being the 4th Manning Brother
After pissing the regular season away, and during the bye-week before the inevitable, glorious one-and-done, we have some time to discuss an issue that has been really nagging us: why is Archie Manning so revered?