When cutting zucchini, the round slices tend to roll away. First cutting the vegetable lengthwise and then slicing prevents this.
We’ve both lost enough weight that now we park in the “compact only” spots.
“The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Chakras” seems like a mismatch between marketing hyberbole and the inner peace yoga is supposed to provide.
It seemed ridiculous to try to explain it myself when Schoolhouse Rock did so with such admirable melody and succinctness way back in 1975.
I find disturbing how boosters of nuclear power manage to ignore the inconvenient matter how to transport and dispose of the waste.
I wonder if you stay in the Senate long enough you would start to believe your own double-talk.
Once all that unpleasant reading about Edward Bates is over with, “Team of Rivals” is a really good book about Abraham Lincoln.
Spring is coming soon, so it’s well that we’ve come to the end of this winter’s Lost-a-thon.
Long Island joke: I slip, you slip, we all slip for Islip.
A new sandwich place downtown has big New Age-inspired murals on the walls.
We’ve heard a lot of good things about “The King’s Speech” so naturally we went to see “Cedar Rapids”.
The cashier at the grocery store must have wondered what the dishwasher detergent was for, since none of the food we bought required dishes.