But I did make this! Mashing up several properties into one spastic video that has nothing to do with the holidays. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Darlene, Paul and Doctor!
Longtime readers might know our family doesn’t eat turkey on Thanksgiving. I’ve slipped a few years giving way to baking a bird but still feel the dissatisfaction of dealing with the bones and rest of the remains. But my weekly trip to Trader Joe’s revealed a new holiday item: Turkey & Stuffing En Croute. I’m... Continue Reading →
Every fall and winter season, I like to nest and take on one big home renovation project. Since moving here, we’ve bought and assembled a storage bed, added a bunch of shelves and upgraded the tub and shower in both bathrooms. Part of taking on home projects is attributed it to the cooler weather but... Continue Reading →
What can I say about this year’s Comic-Con? Aside from it being the 15th year in a row at Paul’s Cool Jerk table and us being in the best of health, it was business as usual. While we didn’t offer any new books this year, we did offer limited edition enamel pins each with customized... Continue Reading →
The biggest event of the San Diego summer is here again. I failed to do a round up last year, I felt it my duty to get back on the horse and compile a list of places to eat. While comic-con is the convention event of the year, consider this a list that can apply... Continue Reading →
It’s eight years down for us and infinity to go. Every year on our anniversary, Paul and I adhere to a certain set of rules: eat tacos, drink Faygo and be by the sand — all things we had at our beachside wedding in 2009. The rules are kind of loosey goosey. Here’s a rundown... Continue Reading →
So I hope you have a jar of housemade preserved lemons in your refrigerator right now just waiting to be used. If you’re a salt-fiend like me, maybe you even tasted it to sample the wonderful tangy lemon brine. Well, I’ve teased to the roasted chicken and now here it is. Adapted from the NYT,... Continue Reading →
David Lynch’s Twin Peaks reboot on Showtime launches tonight and Paul is beside himself with a strict lockdown to avoid any spoilers. Back when the series originally launched in 1990, he watched every episode, buying books related the show and even making a trip up to Seattle to visit the Double R Diner for a... Continue Reading →