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Friday Night is Pizza Night

Mmmmm. Pizza

It’s all I can think about right now. I’m dreaming of pizza right now to possibly pre-game the event later on tonight. One of the most devastating things I’ve discovered since moving to Kansas is that it is something of a food desert. 


Gene Simmons making some killer Ellio’s

What I mean by that is the East Coast Roller Rink staple, Ellio’s Pizza, is not sold anywhere near Imagehere. I looked into the Ellio’s website, hoping to find some way to set up a standing order, but my results were mixed. On the downside, I didn’t see any way to ship Ellio’s here, but I did find that there is an Ellio’s Nation to sign up for. I gather it’s something like the Kiss Army of pizza And I gather there are just about as many benefits to both groups: meaning none. But I think members of the Kiss Army at least get to post topless pictures. I couldn’t find the page where people do that on the Ellio’s site.

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Posted by on February 14, 2014 in Uncategorized


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Christmas is Coming

Many people worry that real, traditional eggnog may expose their holiday guests to a risk of Salmonella poisoning. Luckily, this question has been recognized as an important one and has a 40 year running history of analysis.

1 dozen eggs
1 quart heavy cream
1 quart light cream
1 pint bourbon
1 quart rum
sugar to taste (1/2 – 3/4 lb)

Beat eggs, add bourbon and rum slowly with stirring to prevent precipitation of egg proteins. Beat heavy cream separately until it peaks and add to the egg/bourbon/rum mix.

Add the light cream with stirring. Add the sugar to taste with mixing (1 pound/batch), then add nutmeg to taste.

Leave standing at least overnight with lid slightly ajar in refrigerator. Serve after 2-3 weeks in the cold. (SEE VIDEO ABOVE to see why this is so important.)

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Posted by on December 6, 2012 in Uncategorized


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The future of farming?

A Wall Street Journal article suggests that vertical farming may be the way of the future and explores the idea, it’s costs and benefits and consumer opinions. Does farming have an urban future?

Their poll of Wall Street Journal Online readers suggests fairly strong support for locally grown produce even with some increased cost.Image

What are your thoughts?


Posted by on October 15, 2012 in Uncategorized


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