Monthly Archives: November 2008

Left overs

I hate leftovers, bland, gullatinous, icky.  But maybe I’ve been going it all wrong until now. Yam, Spinach and Romano Gnocchi with a Cranberry-Japaleno Chutney Take mashed potato-entities and add a bit of salt, then flour until mixing produces something … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

Thursday was a good day. We woke up in the back of the truck in a rest area near Bozeman, and needed breakfast.  Where to find food on Thanksgiving morning?  IHOP, of course.  Then it was on to Yellowstone, where … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

M and I are off the Yellowstone this evening, picnic dinner for skiing tomorrow in tow.  Mashed potatoes, mashed yams, duck, cranberry sauce, cookies, pumpkin seeds, etc.   M stole the duck photos, but tried Youtube rather than Vimeo, and … Continue reading

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Giant Sea Bass!

To maintain my newfound title, I present my recipe from yesterday: Inyoface Vegetarian Chili -chop and saute in olive oil 1 whole habenero and 2 mid-size white onions, add as much garlic as you like (lots) -add big can of … Continue reading

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That time of year

The time to make lists, and then check things off them. What I have left to do this semester: Percent done, obviously.  I’m in a good spot.  Goal is to finish the portfolio project and human behavior presentation by Friday … Continue reading

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And you thought recumbents were stupid looking… http://www.youtube.com/v/XUuwEq98ByM&hl=en&fs=1

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Ghost Trails: The Review

Note:  I shamelessly volunteered to read and review Jill’s book primarily because I wanted to read it ASAP, and for free.  I’ve been reading her blog for a couple years, corresponded with her a few times, ridden with Geoff, etc. … Continue reading

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Orangie and Pinkie

Orangie has been my faithful iPod for almost two years.  Two KMCs, two KTRs, C2M 100k, etc, etc, etc.  Even through all the Sentinel trials, it survived horrid volumes of sweat and other abuse without complaint.   Until last week … Continue reading

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Yum

First Sip: This stuff was aged for three months in Oak bourbon barrels, and claims to have “a slight bourbon presence”.  That would be an understatement.  You can smell the bourbon!  Burly beer.  Fixie, you would love this shit.  Yumyumyum. … Continue reading

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Today

Was pretty rad. 2/3 Larch was ridiculously tacky.  No shots from the descent, cuz I was too busy keeping my eyelids from wrapping over the top of my helmet.  I do have mixed feeling about the reroute.  The old drop … Continue reading

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