This one comes courtesy of my Chromecast which, when not magically presenting the latest season of The Walking Dead, rotates through images from NASA and various food blogs. If not for the high definition image of this beautiful dish, I would have never gone looking for a recipe involving black eyed peas – easily my least liked legume (and hip hop group). Continue reading “Black Eyed Peas with Chard & Leeks”
This is easily—hands down—one of the best trailers I’ve ever seen. Continue reading “The Dawn of War III Announcement Trailer is Incredible”
Kill a yeti for a man and he levels once. Teach a man to kill yetis and he levels forever.
– Ancient Osirean Proverb
Continue reading “Guk is Hard”
Board game weekends are actually a pretty common thing for me these days. When my friends get together, we usually try to keep our numbers low so that we can play just about everything. This weekend though, I left Orange County to meet up with seven friends I haven’t seen in a very long time. The goal: to play as many board games in 72 hours as our fragile human bodies would allow. Continue reading “Board Game Weekend”
This recipe comes straight from the best cook I know – my mom. It’s a vegetarian dish that’s versatile enough to be served as a main course or a side dish. If you’re new to vegetable dishes or just plain scared of zucchini and squash, the cheesy goodness in this casserole is sure to make you a believer.
This recipe comes straight from the best cook I know – my mom. It’s a vegetarian dish that’s versatile enough to be served as a main course or a side dish. If you’re new to vegetable dishes or just plain scared of zucchini and squash, the cheesy goodness in this casserole is sure to make you a believer. Continue reading “Mom’s Recipe – Cheesy Zucchini & Squash”
Turn the lights off for this one.
Continue reading “#ReviveSilentHills”
If you’re like me and can’t have eggs without potatoes, then this dish is right up your alley. Continue reading “Southwest Scramble”
That chorus. Continue reading “Karate”
The video for the new Puscifer single Grand Canyon was released today and it’s beautiful. At six minutes long, it’s in no hurry to end, but every time it does, it feels too soon. This is why repeat buttons were invented.
It’s undeniable that Maynard has matured throughout his career. Getting a front-row seat to witness his exploration of his personality through his myriad of projects has been incredible. Continue reading “New Puscifer Single: Grand Canyon”