Monthly Archives: July 2011

Urban Garden: Hilarious Harvest

Okay… I grew a daisy that shot water in my face and then slipped on a banana peel!! Hilarious!!! Great news! I have just reminded myself of the Spongebob episode where Squidward gets annoyed at Spongebob’s laugh so he tells … Continue reading

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Food that lives in the fridge forever. Why? Debate.

By my estimate, today is the 1.111987342 year anniversary of my happy co-habitation with Adam Linder, singer/songwriter of the band Sister City, giving away their album FOR FREE RIGHT HERE. AND, today is the 1.00000000001 YEAR ANNIVERSARY of this heaven-forsaken, … Continue reading

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Culinary Feats of Ireland: Concluding Thoughts

In conclusion, you can see that I did not consume very much “traditional” Irish cuisine whatsoever on the trip. We went to more upscale restaurants and fairly average ones, but I honestly didn’t notice too much corned beef and cabbage and all that we … Continue reading

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Culinary Feats of Ireland: July 12-13, 2011

General culinary feat of Ireland: If you leave a moderate/substantial amount of food on your plate, they will probably ask you if everything was okay and wonder why you did not finish it. That’s the first thing they ask, rather … Continue reading

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Culinary Feats of Ireland: July 11, 2011

Lots of beautiful food presentation in this beautiful country. Gotta appreciate a drizzle or a garnish. Lately I’ve been having a lot of dreams about food presentation and having regrets about putting together last-minute parties and things. These are my … Continue reading

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Culinary Feats of Ireland: July 10, 2011

General culinary feat of Ireland, service is sooooo fast! All the time! I feel that we had early dinner, late dinner, early lunch, late lunch etc. so we had a pretty solid sampling, and wow, your food comes SO FAST! … Continue reading

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Culinary Feats of Ireland: July 9, 2011

According to this article that I read shortly before our trip, after the potato famine, many Irish people were ashamed of their old eating habits and said “oh, you know who has RESPECTABLE FOOD? The French.” so then they copied their … Continue reading

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