Tag: cooking

Honey for my honey

Hello. This week’s blog is being written by me, Kristine, Dennis’s wife. That’s because this week’s blog is about honey. Once upon a time, Dennis and I had a home in Reseda, CA. We took lots of walks in the evenings around the neighborhood in those 16 years and got […]

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Back to the closet

We had a friend for dinner last night – no, not in the Hannibal Lecter way.  Liz Carlie came over to be a guinea pig for a new recipe I wanted to try – Easy Pizza Casserole. Kris and I met Liz at one of the blood drives at Loscon […]

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Time to Check in on My Goals

Back on January 17th, I listed some goals I wanted to achieve in 2021.  It’s about the end of the first quarter of the year, so let’s see how I’m doing: 2021 Goals Finish my second steampunk screenplay. This includes making changes based on the feedback from my critique group.  […]

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Two Cool Things Happened this Weekend. Here’s Number One:

My church, Calvary Bible Church in Burbank, had its first Men’s Breakfast of the year.  It’s always a blessing to fellowship with other men, but it’s a double blessing for me. I love to cook.  I do all the cooking at home.  It’s my hobby.  I also love Food Network […]

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Kicking it up a Notch

One of my goals for the year was to try a new recipe each month.  So far, I’ve tried three.  From the above picture, you can see my new meatloaf recipe already has a fan.  Well, two fans.  My wife liked it as well.  This one showed up on Facebook […]

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Part of a Complete Breakfast

With the lockdown, especially here in California, church life has changed a lot.  We can’t meet indoors with anything over a hundred people.  But when you count in the pastor, the worship team and the tech crew, that leaves only about eighty people.  So the elders decided to hold the […]

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Zucczilla!

My wife works in homecare.  One day one of her clients gave her a zucchini.  One zucchini.  The one pictured above.  We named it Zucczilla. So the question became what to do with it.  I went to www.allrecipes.com for some ideas.  When I worked in Toyville in Stonewood mall, there […]

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Chilli Dip

Shutting Down Doesn’t Mean Stop Living.

A popular meme going around Facebook is, “What have you been learning during the shutdown?” Learning something new is always good, and if you have more time to do so right now, good on you!  I’m still working at my day job at Natren, Inc.  www.natren.com  We make pharmaceutical grade […]

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