https://www.southernliving.com/recipes/alton-brown-recipes 12 Alton Brown Recipes That We Can't Stop Making We’ve been counting on him for “Good Eats” for more than two decades. By Southern Living Editors Alton Brown Recipes That We Can't Stop Making We’ve been counting on him for “Good Eats” for more than two decades. Alton Brown has been teaching us the … Continue reading Alton Brown is a national treasure if just for these 12 recipes
Coronavirus Patients Lose Senses of Taste, Smell—and Haven’t Gotten Them Back Many experience emotional fallout from the loss; pizza that ‘tastes like cardboard to me’ Matt Newey, in Centerville, Utah, recovered from Covid-19 in March but still hasn’t regained his senses of smell and taste. LINDSAY D'ADDATO FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL By Preetika RanaUpdated June 1, … Continue reading Your senses of smell and taste may not come back
Altho I got this list from Facebook, I'm going to keep it close as it's a detailed reminder of the extent to which blacks, particularly black men, must worry that every single thing they do or don't do could get them arrested or killed. I have privilege as a white person because I can do … Continue reading Don’t think you enjoy white privilege?
I'll admit to often using Realemon because lemons on the internet come two or three for a price and one of the them always rots. But, should I use lemon more freely, this is full of great ideas. https://www.newyorker.com/culture/kitchen-notes/all-the-ways-to-not-waste-your-citrus-peels All the Ways to Not Waste Your Citrus Peels By Tamar Adler May 30, 2020 It’s … Continue reading Don’t throw away those citrus peels
https://iheartcats.com/mystery-decoded-9-odd-cat-behaviors-explained/ by Kelli Brinegar Oh, the strangeness of cats! Just when cat parents think they’ve figured their out their kitty, then arises an odd cat behavior that leaves you scratching your head. And when it comes to cats, there’s a lot of strange in the things they do. Believe it or not, all these weird antics … Continue reading Odd cat behavior explained (maybe)
I've attached two separate articles about the very first-world questions about the relationship between employer and housekeeper who doesn't live in during the COVID-19 isolation. First, I found this op/ed an excellent reminder to look at decisions from all sides, not just from the perspective of personal convenience, or even need. In my case, I … Continue reading Dynamics of employing household help during COVID-19 quarantine
I've copied this list but it is a wake-up call for those not aware the harmless activities that can get you arrested, or even killed, if you're an African-American. I have privilege as a White person because I can do all of these things without thinking twice about it.....I can go jogging (#AmaudArbery).I can relax … Continue reading White privilege is very real