I discovered Numbers Stations years ago through some random browsing on the Interwebs. This lead me down the rabbit hole for days, weeks maybe, learning about what it was. For those not knowing what a numbers station is, here’s a brief summary: A numbers station is a shortwave radio station characterized by broadcasts of formatted […]Read More Zero. Zero. Nine. Six.
(Sorry, couldn’t think of a funny title) For Mother’s Day I asked what my wife wanted for a special meal and she replied “BBQ”. Considering it was Saturday and doing a brisket in time for lunch the next day was iffy, I suggested ribs instead. She was onboard. I’ve done ribs before, but similar to […]Read More Sous Vide Ribs
Cinco de Mayo was May 5th (duh!) which in Texas means an excuse for Tex-Mex and Margaritas (Okay, yes, there’s more to this which I refresh myself on annually). Who am I to pass this opportunity up? There’s also been a nagging in the back of my head ever since I sous vide a couple […]Read More Cinco de Mayo a la Rube Goldberg
As you know from previous posts, my family has celiac or an intolerance for gluten products. Making cooking for them a challenge. It’s a welcomed challenge, because I love being able to fix foods for them they’d otherwise cannot have: fried chicken, chicken fried steak, hamburgers, grilled cheese, pasta, etc. Bread has always been a […]Read More My continued quest for GF bread
When I first heard about sous vide, years ago, I never understood the concept of it. It seemed you’re just boiling food. It wasn’t until a friend loaned me one to better understand the concept of what it was. I tried it with chicken, and finally got the concept. It wasn’t just boiling food, it […]Read More Boiling a steak