"Officially" bike to work month is in May. That seems like a reasonable time: the weather is pretty warm and it's early enough in the year that any converts will likely keep biking throughout the summer. I'm taking a slightly more hardcore approach. My bike to work month is February. If I can bike to work most days in February I think the rest of the year will be easy!
Text of image says "Stick around for surprise appearance by East High's Drumline"
That's not so surprising, now is it.
- 1 cup beef bullion
- Peel a couple of potatoes and cube them
- Peel carrots and make them bite sized as well
- Add a couple of chopped hunks of celery
- Dredge the beef "stew meat" in flour/salt/pepper and sear it in a hot frying pan
- Pour on chopped tomatoes
- Cubed onion
- Bay leaves, oregano, taragon, cilantro?
- Red wine
Pour it all in the crock pot, with veggies on bottom, and cook for 2-4 hours until the meat is really tender.
This is a closeup of an art installation at the Museo de Las Americas from a Spanish Meetup night. Nikki gave a presentation about wine at this event.
We like our house. But we are realizing it will not be exactly what we want in the long run.
So, long run, here is what we really want and/or want to do in our new house shortly after we move in:
In general, this toffee is really easy to make and the ingredients are simple. The only thing that takes some time is waiting until the brown sugar and butter mixture gets up to 292 degrees.
1 ½ c. pecans
1 lb. butter
1 lb. brown sugar
2 tsp. cider vinegar
8 oz. Hershey chocolate bars