Last summer, I made teriyaki steak from Simply Recipes. It wasn’t great. Carla asked if I couldn’t just buy a bottle of teriyaki marinade this time. What? Is that even possible? So we set up a showdown. We divided a long skirt steak and marinated one half in a bottled sauce, and the other in an updated marinade from my last attempt.
I took a deeper dive into the Topaz Labs Denoise AI and Sharpen AI tools by reworking a picture of an osprey.
Read about it here….
I went looking for trains but found nesting ospreys!
I’ve been experimenting with methods of cooking a crispy tofu. The oven works okay, but this battered and deep-fried tofu has a tempura-like texture that takes it to another level. Crisp on the outside and soft on the inside.
I read this book for two reasons. The secondary reason was because my Western Civilization (in the 1970’s we still focused primarily on Western history) professor at the College of Idaho – Franklin Specht – made the Reformation come alive. There I was, my first year in college, wet behind the years at 18, having no real idea of how history shaped our culture or why I should care. Thanks to Professor Specht, I learned about impacts of events like the Reformation and the French Revolution.