… “on the cheap” but still good. (c) 2014, Davd
New Year’s Day reminds me of coffee. I don’t think i drink more of it than on other days; methinks it’s because i’ve noticed many other people taking coffee that morning, who don’t on most mornings.
If you’re going to have coffee—however often [...]
.. for Flavour and Health: The Art of the Cast-iron Pan (c) 2013, Davd
If you want a cheap laugh, and don’t mind being thought a fool, go into a good steakhouse and say “Boil me a T-bone.” (Even “Boil me a pork chop” is cheap dimwit comedy rather than mere ignorance.) Fried [...]
What Are You Working For?
You can do better than money
(c) 2013, Davd
As those of you who have read a few of the earlier posts in this series already know, that title question is not meant to imply “Don’t [...]
(c) 2013, Davd
I’m not sure if the Southern Alberta floods quite rank with the Richter 9 earthquake in Japan or Hurricane Katrina wrecking New Orleans, but that’s the impression i have from the radio news. If “Mother Nature” gets credit for them—isn’t that metaphor a good argument [...]
(c) 2012, Davd
As i drove past Mac’s Farm, i saw the sign, leaning against a big round hay bale, “Give Thanks.” Totally conventional in the week running-up to Thanksgiving Day, but somehow, it didn’t seem to me like it was as apt, as valuable as Mac usually is.
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