Category Archives: Rambling Thoughts

Yes, You Can Screw Up a Hamburger

A homemade hamburger is one of the easier foods you can make, all you need to get started is some ground beef, a bun and the rest is left to your imagination. How hard can it be to mess up … Continue reading

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I Laugh In the Face of Expiration Dates

Time Magazine recently published an article that discussed how European researchers are presenting a paper that argues that certain products that include a “best by” date should not actually have a best by date on them. There is a difference … Continue reading

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The Proper Martini, a Second Round:

Recently on the main site I wrote about my experiences with gin and Martinis and shared my preferred recipe for making a dirty martini at home. Based on what I have found out through my research, there are five things … Continue reading

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Cow’s Weren’t Meant to Fly, That’s Why They Don’t Have Wings

Lately McDonald’s has been in the news for all of the wrong reasons, from their woefully out of touch with reality human resources page, to the type of food they serve(nothing new here) and their underpaid workers who likely work harder … Continue reading

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The Olive Garden…Hamburger?!?

Today it was announced that The Olive Garden(the Italian restaurant, known for pasta and other such Italian delicacies) is now offering a hamburger on their lunch menu. Do I hear you laughing in the background? Why yes I’m sure that correct, … Continue reading

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Like a Hungry Bull in a China Shop

You know how they always say that you should never go to the grocery to shop on an empty stomach? Surrounded by all that tempting food you just know that you will buy more than you should and likely it … Continue reading

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