TONIGHT, GOD SAVES CAT FROM TREE BY DOING NOTHING AND LETTING IT FIGURE IT OUT FOR ITSELF
May 03 2013
Apr 29 2013
Jan 11 2013
Several people have enquired about my hummous recipe lately, so I figured it’d make a good first post of the year. You’ll need a nice food processor for this.. I tried with a stab mixer once, it was an utter failure. Also I once killed a mate’s food processor making this.. it’s powerful stuff!
Basically, put all these in the food processor and thoroughly mulch.
3 cans of chic peas
2/3 of a jar of tahini
At least 1 bulb of garlic
Juice of 4 lemons
Splash of extra virgin olive oil
About a tablespoon of paprika
About half a tablespoon of cumin
Crack of salt & pepper
Adjust things to taste. The lemon juice makes it fluffy so it’s important to get it right. The taste of it should just come through. Garlic is also to taste, I like to go for at least 1.5 bulbs, sometimes 2, depending on intensity. If it tastes a little bland but has enough lemon juice, try adding more paprika. For best results, leave in the fridge for a few hours prior to consuming. It lets the flavours soak in together. Serve on crackers or warm, fresh bread. Or rub under armpits, that’s also good.
Happy new deer!
Sep 08 2012
Moon Dog MacGuava. A guava-ey wit beer. Interesting.. Worth a shot.
Apologies for the sideways pic.. I tryed a new method of posting via phone, turns out it ignores the orientation.. and also I’m too lazy to mend it.
Aug 23 2012
Green Flash Brewing Double Stout Black Ale. You know those stouts that are like… double stouts? Yea. Almost creamy, rich and delicious. Very moreish, but caution.. it’s 8.8%.
Aug 20 2012
Brew Dog Dogma. A rich, deep blend of deliciousness. It has 10 malts and some Scottish Heather Honey in it, but really all you need to know is that it’s delicious.
Aug 18 2012
Moon Dog’s Black Lung II. Smokey, peaty, rich stouty goodness. Enjoy it slowly in good company.
Aug 18 2012
Moon Dog’s Billy Ray Citrus, part of their Magnificent Mullet Series. It’s basically a nice pilsner with a rather large citrus twist to it. Interesting and quite refreshing, with a slightly sour, lemoney finish.
Jul 22 2012
I went shopping just now and bought this three-pack of tissues. Basically, it’s three boxes of tissues that are then help together with cling wrap.
It got me to thinking.. why three boxes and cling wrap? Why not one tall box? The first challenge with that is once the first 10cm of tissues was used, you’d have to be digging around inside the box to reach then, as they wouldn’t dispense properly at that point. Not unless they were really long tissues, which would just be silly. I figure the way to get around this would be to have a scissor-jack in the bottom of the box that one could wind up as the tissues are running down in order to always have them dispensing nicely out the top. Simple, right? I’ve even added this diagram here.
Basically, the box of tissues has an open bottom and a slot in the side so it slips over the jack. The added benefit of this is that it promotes customer loyalty, as the jack is obviously re-useable. Once the customer has bought the initial tall tissue box kit with tissue elevation jack ™, when they run out of tissues they can purchase the tall tissue box refill pack. It’s environmentally friendly! They can even buy three refills held together with cling wrap to always ensure they have a spare handy.
These are the things I think about.
Jul 21 2012
Green Flash Brewing Co. Palate Wrecker Hamilton’s Ale. For something called Palate Wrecker it’s really rather smooth and a bit subtle. Still real hoppy and up in yo’ grill, but not in a front loaded sorta way. Big flavour with big booze (9.5%), a big way to start an evening.
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