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Walden Farms products review

You may have heard of the name Walden Farms before.. it’s an American brand that sells so called ”Calorie Free” products, like syrups, coffee creamers, peanut butters, jelly spreads and salad dressings. 1,098 more words

Barbecue Sauce

Smokey Barbecue Sauce

BEWARE: This BBQ Sauce is the bomb! It is addictive. And, it does have a lot of sugar. It uses honey as a sweetener, but honey is still sugar. 208 more words


Pulled Pork with Homemade BBQ Sauce

Look what I did! From scratch! All by my onesie! And it was delicious!

I don’t know why this particular culinary feat has me so proud, but I suspect it’s because I was sure I’d fail both at the start and at multiple points along the way.  985 more words


Barbecue chicken salad

From barbecue chicken to barbecue chicken pizza to barbecue chicken frittata to barbecue chicken salad. My wife thought I was being terribly derivative and uncreative. I think there’s something to be said for adapting an idea from one type of food to another totally different type of food. 231 more words


Makeshift Meal

I call this the makeshift meal, because this plate is full of entrees. There is no science to this meal, except that my sister found a bunch of stuff in the fridge and made it work. 17 more words


centennials and bbq sauce

Did you know that only 1 in about 455,000 people reach their centennial?

That’s a staggering statistic, and one that really put last weekend into perspective for us. 803 more words


Cover the lettuce. / Call it a night.

(poetry diary  200-3/9/17) I like to read weird poems that don’t make a huge amount of sense when I’m confused, as I find them soothing. Today I’m posting “Everything Good Between Men and Women” because I love it for its weirdness and because I’m confused about how to react after an episode at my son’s after care program where they celebrated International Women’s Day by giving the girls red Rosie the Riveter bandannas and having them flex their arms for a photo op during which the boys were told (not sure by who, whether the young girls or the counselors) to stand in the background and “look scared.” How, as a feminist-parent of a 5 year old boy, should I feel about this? 49 more words