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Travel Home to Start the Year

On the road today, with several stops. No time to work up a great food post; I’ll be lucky to get the InterWebz back up at the Chile Underground Man Cave World Headquarters tonight. It’ll be late before we have all the gifts, animals and more into both vehicles and get settled back in Round […]

Let It Hereby Be Resolved…

It seems so old-fashioned these days, to make New Year’s Resolutions. But somehow fitting for 2012. After all, it may be our last year on the planet. So maybe some goals would make things go smoother? My intentions:

Another year of daily posts.
New features here on the CU.
Better gardening.
Weight loss. (The Holidays were bad that way.)
More […]

Too Pooped to Cook

With all that’s been going on I’m actually too tired to cook. The cold meds don’t help either; they kill all appetite. Which means I’ll be slim and trim come the new year! (If you believe that, we need to talk about some rare documents I happen to be in possession of.)

So instead I’ll just […]

Salmagundi: Some Cajun Cooking Sites

Not a lot crackin’ today; been cruising that Interwebz thingie, though, and I’ve found a few interesting places to stop by:

Cajun Cooking Recipes. A simple, no-frills site. This one does have recipes for alligator, armadillo, bear, beaver, blackbird and other important supplementary protein sources (for those of you who like to supplement, that is).

Cajun […]

Salmagundi, a Special Sunday Edition

With the month about to wrap up, I thought I’d bring in some “short bites” that won’t make a full article for the Underground:

The Austin Chronicle reviews a new book by a local author, Ms. Gesine Bullock-Prado: “Confections of a Closet Master Baker.”
If you’re in the Austin area, check out some of the food […]

Saturday Salmagundi for Memorial Weekend

It’s Memorial Day weekend, the official start of summer; a time for reflection and remembrance. Also, a time for food! So stop by those roadside stands and get some vittles, then fire up those grills…

If you’re not sure about grilling, check out this article on how to master your grill. Get prepared […]

Saturday Salmagundi for Breakfast

Breakfast is one of my seven favorite meals of the day (to misquote a certain bear). I recently completed a thorough research project on breakfast blogs (I actually used Google twice), and here are some of the neat items I found:

Better Homes and Gardens has published a Tex-Mex Breakfast Pizza
If you like to combine travel […]

Salmagundi on a Sunday

It’s the weekend, and time for another Salmagundi! From around the world, and maybe right around your community, here are some interesting items:

Disney is hosting a Best Cake Face-Off through their playful, interesting site, FamilyFun.com.
Cook for your kids, don’t let them die drowning in fat…
Cooking is good for the whole family; Five Generations in the […]