Here are some musical treats for yawl to enjoy for the build up to the weekend. The first few are mellowed out gems, followed by some Latin inspired beauts, and wrapped up with some higher energy jams. Thanks to Penabranca for the featured image. CLASSSSSS-EHhhhh
Yet another beautiful side project that we got to take part in at the highly secretive research compound in Southern Cal, was the sculpting of a Cob Oven. The process is so extremely accessible, and the cooking potential is outstanding. There were a few pizza parties had with these cob ovens, and, by-God, they were the best pizzas ever. So whatchya waitin’ for? Here’s a visual break down: I you have any questions or thoughts on cob ovens, I’d love […]
AWESOME and super comprehensive family tree of most all the vegetables ( with a few fruits [that many people think are vegetables] to boot ). How many are you familiar with? Courtesy of PopChartLab (who have many other similar Charts of various things from guitars to coffee to superpowers). Make sure to click on the above image to blow it up as big as possible!! Via AnotherMag. SUCH VARIETY!!!
The New York Times website has an awesome feature going right now for sharing insane looking baked goods. CLICK HERE to go and have a gander at all 35 of the mouth watering options. Below are a few sample images of what’s in store for you at that link, and the recipe for my personal favorite out of the bunch. Here is the recipe for Spiced Yam and Orange Cake with Brown Butter Rum Glaze Ingredients for the Cake 1 […]
Welcome to the Premier posting of a new series based on gourmet recipes put together by none other than Mathieson Jennings. If you haven’t heard of Matty J, you are (A) obviously in the dark in regards to the culinary world, & (B) under-employing your taste-buds. Born and raised in the ‘great white norf’ of upstate New York, Mathieson possesses a scary fervor for palate stimulation and has quickly bound to chef positions that the uninspired cooking-type can take upwards […]