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New Cover Art!

Hey folks!

Just thought I’d show off the new podcast cover art for The Witch-Doctor.

Much thanks to the Fallen Cycle crew for helping me out with it. 69 more words

I love cooking and baking treats for my family & friends.
Naturally, I’ve collected several tools and utensils that have made my journey through cooking exceptionally enjoyable (and way easier!). 486 more words

Homemaking

A mortar and pestle

I  have a dedicated spice grinder (one of those little “coffee grinders” that doesn’t work on coffee,) but I’ve decided that I need a good  298 more words

Food For Thought

Cooking up some little goodies

The most teeniest tiniest  little mortar and pestle I have ever seen is helping me cook up some little goodies in my studio.  I use it to crush up thread enamel to add texture and colour to my enamelled studs.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Structure

The link for this challenge is: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/structure/

Last year I took the two photos shown below in Sapa, on the Northwest corner of Viet Nam. They show a water-driven mortar and pestle used to pound grains of rice to remove husks. 28 more words

Photography

Simple Pesto!

Pesto is typically made out of basil, garlic, pine nuts, Parmesan cheese and olive oil. But because K is allergic to pine nuts I have gotten creative with different pesto recipes. 196 more words

Food

The Reality of Historical Medicine Making: Tools

For the last several days I have been looking for the perfect mortar and pestle.  Historically speaking – from the late 16th century through the 18th century mortars and pestles were made of bronze.   280 more words

Medical Research (History)