sábado, 8 de noviembre de 2008
viernes, 7 de noviembre de 2008
ya que esta en ingles y se que hay personas que no lo hablan aqui esta mi traduccion (La cual no es perfecta)
" solo cuando el ultimo arbol alla muerto y el
ultimo rio alla desaparecido y que el ultimo pez
alla sido atrapado todos nos daremos cuenta que
no nos podemos comer el dinero"
martes, 4 de noviembre de 2008
lunes, 3 de noviembre de 2008
Man, do I love Australia. First, my oldest daughter was conceived there on our honeymoon…and while we’re on the subject, have I ever shared with you that we almost named her “Sydney” as a nod to her point of origin? In the end, I chickened out, though—I thought that might be a little corny, and truth be told, I think she was actually conceived in Brisbane. But I’ll stop there. This is a family-friendly website.
Anyway, I just love Australia. I just tried this side dish last night—it was sent to me by Trish, an Aussie reader, a few weeks ago—and I wound up absolutely loving it. Created by Australian food writer Jill Dupleix, it’s called “Crash Hot Potatoes” and has soared to the top of my Favorite Side Dishes to Serve With Big Ol’ Hunks of Beef.
They’re so simple, it’s terrifying. Well, not terrifying…but almost. They’re a lovely twist on the tired old baked potato, and they perfectly embody a quality I always strive to achieve in my cooking: Flavorful, Crispy Surface Area. I’ll go into that principle more in a separate post, but just know I’ll be pontificating about Flavorful, Crispy Surface Area soon. And I’ll make you a believer.
For now, though, let’s take a chill pill and make Crash Hot Potatoes! Thanks, Trish from Australia, for sharing it.
Add in as many potatoes as you wish to make, and cook them until they’re fork-tender. And yes, I realize my pot is a little full, but listen: my boys filled my large dutch oven with a combination of dog food, potting soil, and gravel yesterday, and then they placed it on top of our garage. I have to learn to make do around here.
Oh! And I’d like to officially announce that as a result of my boys’ repeated attempts to dig to China, I no longer have any spoons in my kitchen. You heard me. Send spoons ASAP, please. We have cereal to eat.
Repeat until all are flattened. And really, I don’t know why you couldn’t use the bottom of a glass for this step if you don’t have a potato masher. The surface might not be as textured and interesting, but I think it still might work.
Look, I USE the stuff in my kitchen. I can’t be bothered with making sure it’s polished and perfect.
*Here endeth the rationalization.
Now, you can grab some chives…or thyme…or whatever herbs you have available. I had this in my garden—the same garden that’s been pummeled by hail, wind, and rain for the past month. Let’s observe a moment of silence for all gardens in Middle America.
I was making steak for dinner last night, so I thought these would be just the ticket. That there thing on the left there is an iceberg wedge. In a moment it will be drizzled with homemade ranch dressing.
Marlboro Man has very simple wants.
Hola a todos buscando en la web encontre una pag muy buena llamada "candle tech" en la cual habian ideas muy buenas de como hacer candelas aqui solo puce la imagen pero pueden ir a la pagina original donde estan las instrucciones (en ingles) solo den clic aqui