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Adulting 101: Books to Get You Started on Behaving Like an Adult

Whether it was when you moved out of your parents’ house or when you graduated college and started looking for your first job, at some point we all have that thought that we’re a grown up now.  595 more words

Aimee Harris

A Bit of Ancient Internet History

In olden times, long before the wide wide world of webs became popular, the ancient computer tribes followed something called USENET Newsgroups.  I’m not kidding.  Really, they did. 1,785 more words


thefensk reblogged this on TCC-GUY and commented:

With Thanksgiving in two days, I thought I'd re-blog this post for your enjoyment. Have a safe and happy holiday.

Cooking for Jeffrey - book review

If you follow blog you know that I’m a huge fan of Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa.  I have all of her books and cook from them often.   583 more words


BookCity 2016 arriva in città: una mini-guida per chi ama i libri, la cucina... e i gatti!

È già quel momento dell’anno. Quello che aspettiamo con un misto di entusiasmo e frenesia. E no, non stiamo (ancora) parlando del Natale, ma del weekend milanese preferito da tutti noi booklover: BookCity 2016arriva in città! 783 more words

Coups De Cœur

Where's Crazy Cookbook Guy?

Struggling. Cataracts. Hope to have some repairs soon.

I have a backlog of cookbooks but I can hardly bear to look at them. If I can’t read them I can’t teview them. 6 more words


7 Reads for National Cookbook Month

October is National Cookbook Month. I’ve written about cookbooks with some regularity, thinking through their many roles and meanings as: texts, technical guides, objects, ephemera, historical evidence, collector’s items, keepsakes, family heirlooms, art, and symbols. 502 more words


It’s Time to do “The Albuquerque Turkey”!



Music – “The Albuquerque Turkey” from Thanksgiving Songs That Tickle Your Funny Bone by Ruth Roberts. Released: 2015

NOTE: This is a repost of October 8, 2015… 814 more words