look out it is a bacon fish
I have no clue about this one
What Would Bacon Do – In a Bar Fight
so painful to watch, but fricking awesome
I have been making this garlic bread since I was tit high to a knee mouse. Pretty basic.
- wonder bread
- super thin layer of softened butter
- super thin layer of kraft grated parm cheese.
- garlic powder
- fresh grated parm cheese
- garlic salt
Toast in oven for a bit, then broil to get it slightly browned. I make T’s with more garlic powder and less garlic salt. She also does not like hers browned as much.
How do you make garlic bread?
I do make many other kinds though.
The soggy loaf
- French or Italian bread sliced about 1 inch thick
- butter with minced garlic, some garlic powder and salt softened
Slather one side of each piece and recreate the loaf, wrap in foil for the oven or the grill
– good but too much butter
Wannabe Fizollis bread stix
- brown and serve breadstix
- butter with minced garlic, some garlic powder and salt melted
Make a foil boat / tray and pour the melted mixture over stix and put in oven.
– good but too much butter and breadstix are not the best tasting.
So this would be the third or so early bike ride of the year. We were supposed to meet up at 7:30 but got started a bit later. It was Sunday and the trail treck thing was going on so we decided to avoid the main paved trails around town. headed out to Pioneers and did the trail loop.
Rode around some more and headed to El Ranchero for lunch. I was a bit low on funds and did not want too big of a meal. I got T4 tres tacos, pollo. I was expecting something a bit different. It was soft corn tortillas, chicken, cilantro, and a ton of tiny onion bits. I am no fan of onions. It was alright, but kind of ruined me on the place. I would try it again if someone wanted to go there though.
Went home and got a good nap in. naps rule.
The first time the group struck was on May 30. The gang spray-painted an illegal bike lane in the Annex, between Spadina Ave. and Bathurst St., along Bloor. To make the paths appear legitimate, painters stencilled the city’s bike lane logo – a bicycle and large diamond – along the road as well.
The lines may have been sloppy, but that didn’t stop cyclists from using the lane for two weeks until the city cleaned it up last Monday.
Posted by beerorkid in bikes
Kind of sad that I do not have a window to stare out of at work anymore. I cannot tell when it is gonna rain. I use old fashioned brooks leather saddles on my bikes. They are a bit heavier, but the fit and durability cannot be beat, unless you let them get wet.
The one in the picture there has had a super soaking. I sat on it to get home in a huge storm and stretched the crap out of it. it dried all strange and I had to tighten it a bunch to get it back into shape. it is really broke in. On my commuter I have been rolling a new one and I proofided it (conditioning wax) so it is pretty soft now. Well the fact that I keep forgetting to throw a plastic over it when rain might be in the forecast has let it get soaked a few times. It is just about perfect now. Just need to remember to cover it so it stays nice.