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Today on the tray: Chocolate souffle

February 28 is National Chocolate Souffle Day.

According to CNN Eatocracy, “The name comes from a French verb, souffler, which literally means to ‘blow up’ or ‘puff up,'” and that’s exactly the magic that happens when you bake custard and egg whites together.” 143 more words

Classic TV Shows

'Hawaii Five-0' fan recap: Stakeout shenanigans

Season 5 | Episode 17 | “Kuka’awale” | Aired Feb 27, 201

Tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 marks Daniel Dae Kim’s directorial debut, and boy, did he pick a doozy of an episode. 1,050 more words

Memory Lane: Comedy skit television still has it!

 Watching old television shows is like walking back into one’s past. Once you walk into the quantum leap of your past, you start to shed some tears during your “the wonder years,” but what it comes to play twenty, thirty or forty years later into your future – those tears bring back the memories of classic television, we don’t often see in today’s prime time television line-up’s. 646 more words

Feature Story

DAY 52: Phyllis

Series Run : 1975-1977

48 episodes

Network: CBS

Series Premise (as far as I can tell):

Phyllis Lindstrom,  from the Mary Tyler Moore show, moves to San Francisco and lives with her deceased husband’s parents… 332 more words

365 Days

Film Noir Friday: Kiss Me Deadly (1955)

Based on Mickey Spillane’s 1952 novel Kiss Me, Deadly, Robert Aldrich’s 1955 movie Kiss Me Deadly is one of the most vital of all film noirs. 690 more words



 Greetings again from the darkness. The only real determination of success for a comedy … does it make you laugh? If it makes you laugh, the movie has served its purpose for you. 427 more words


The Last Picture Show

I did not know what to expect from this film. It starts off very slow and besides  being cliche and calling it a “coming of age” story, it stands on its own. 201 more words

1970s Film