Monthly Archives: November 2012

Turkey Posole

Thankful For Leftovers – Turkey Posole & Chile Rellenos

I really can not help it, but even before I put the turkey in the oven for Thanksgiving, I am already contemplating what I am going to do with the leftovers. On the simple side, I love just a turkey sandwich on soft white bread smothered with mayonnaise. Or if I am in the mood […]

Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut Squash Soup – Just In Time For Thanksgiving

Just in time for Thanksgiving, here is one of my all-time favorite Fall dishes. The recipe was inspired by an African vegetable side dish I read a few years back in one of the many food magazines we subscribe to. I made a few tweaks, transformed it into a soup, and have been making it every […]

election results and education stats

2012 Presidential Election Demographic Analysis

2012 election results demographic: In depth analysis of the demographics of the 2012 Presidential election by State including education, income, and religious views such as same sex marriage. Update 6/3/2013 Interesting information released by the College Republican National Committee #CRNC today in a 95 page report. http://images.skem1.com/client_id_32089/Grand_Old_Party_for_a_Brand_New_Generation.pdf Seems like they are starting to recognize the issues with mixing […]

cioppino

Crab Season Means Cioppino Season

Crab season opens today here in the Bay Area and that can oly mean one thing – CIOPPINO time!!! Oh ya, cioppino time. I feel so bad for my friends that are allergic to shellfish because this is one of my favorite dishes of all time. Crab season comes along just when winter is starting […]