The lull between Christmas and New Year’s Day is traditionally the time for domestic bliss and best-of-year blog posts. Leastways, here at Paul’s Thing. Or is it?
Takeout Thanksgiving is just as big a mess to clean up afterward as home-cooked Thanksgiving, but at least the prep is easy.
Note to self: never put food close to the edge of the countertops.
Wasn’t OSHA supposed to put out COVID-19 guidance for employers back in April or something? Looks like President Biden finally forced the agency’s hand. Good. More leadership, please.
Thinking about Labor Day, which we observed yesterday with company, dinner, and a movie. Company was our friend Mary Anne and her dog Anthony; dinner was hickory-smoked ribs, potato salad, grilled veggies, and corn on the cob (plus deviled eggs and mango gelato from Mary Anne); the movie back-to-back episodes of Justified on Hulu. Here […]
You see where this is going, right? Read the books, get the hat.
After 55-plus years together, Donna and I have started finishing one another’s thoughts.
Cooking for company is a big deal, and we’ve missed it.