Trust me, you want to eat this. This is the easiest dish that I have ever made and it will blow your mind. We had this for our Valentine's Day dinner and we both inhaled it. I found the truffle butter at Whole Foods but only in a 4 oz. container. Since I had no other use for the extra ounce, I decided to use the whole container.
Well, you might have noticed that I haven’t posted any new pictures of my wife, Susan’s, delicious culinary creations. Don’t worry, she hasn’t stopped cooking. You can find all of her original recipes and experiments at her shiny new blog, SweetSuie.com.
I will of course reblog some of her posts. However, aside from music, tech, and the occasional funny, you can expect to see a lot more of my dog Amit, because let’s face it, he’s much more popular than I am.
Anyway, make sure you check out SweetSuie.com!
Love their take on Apocalypse Now.
I’m a big Paul Simon fan, particularly his album Graceland (I’m sure there will be Graceland posts in the future). Check out his monologue on Saturday Night Live back in 1976. Go ahead, have a quick laugh.
Last night I had the strangest dream about my visa to enter Brazil (for my upcoming team meetup in April). I got to immigration in Brazil and my passport had turned into a large novelty birthday card, no doubt inspired by this clip. They didn’t let me in.
h/t Anthony Bubel
I start every morning off with some version of a green smoothies. They are filling, nutritious and I feel like I'm doing something really good for myself. The beauty of smoothies is that there you have a lot of freedom to do what you want with them. You can use fresh or frozen fruit and different fruit combinations. Honestly, with all the amazing fruit flavors you would never suspect that there is tofu in this shake.