On the first day, you make the decision. “I’m going to drink more water,” you say. “Eight glasses a day, to start with. Maybe more.” Suddenly you realize the break room has gone silent. The sun sinks below the horizon as a sign of respect. You begin right away, finishing the cup of water already in your hand.
From: http://thehairpin.com/2011/08/so-youve-decided-to-drink-more-water 18 months ago
I have a bunch of beets and I was just thinking about soupifying them tomorrow night, maybe I’ll try this! 18 months ago
I never ride my bike indoors so I shouldn’t really have any opinion. But to me it seems like a completely different thing. Not because “real” riding is more difficult (actually, in my opinion riding on a trainer would be more challenging! what do you look at for all those hours?), but because it’s a different experience (and I think more fun).
So my opinion is that you should do both and you will have two different achievements :) 19 months ago
Do I hear you right? No more white gates? 23 months ago
Devil’s Tower is cool!
By the way, I think I fixed the bug with comments not showing up in recent activity… 23 months ago
is this playable on the robot radio? 23 months ago
ooh, sounds good… 23 months ago
I think I’ve heard somewhere that sweet onions actually have less sugar than regular onions—they just have less harsh onion flavor and more water so they taste sweeter. So that might explain why it is taking longer to caramelize… 1 year ago
Maybe the stupid super will give you a good recommendation so he can get rid of you? Hopefully he is at least that smart :) 2 years ago
If you like greasy salty things (and I mean that in the best way) try the mac and yease. It has some detractors from people who like their vegan food healthy (and from people who expect it to taste exactly like cheese), but it’s tasty! 2 years ago
that does sound great.. would you be willing to post a recipe? 2 years ago
nice, sounds like a great trip! There is a “sleep under the stars” goal too: http://www.43things.com/things/view/47468/sleep-under-the-stars 2 years ago
Some sort of padding under the sleeping bags is essential! It’s not just to keep the ground from poking in to you, it keeps you warmer too.
I’m done with the dozen oysters I ate next week. What next, maybe oyster happy hour at Anchovies and Olives ? 2 years ago