It’s April 14th, and something tastes like death and taxes

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I finally finished up my taxes Sunday night. I actually did all the math a couple of weeks ago, but was hoping I could find a few more deductions before they were due. No such luck. Instead I’m sending Uncle Sam damn near the full balance of my checking account. So after I filled out […]

And all is right with the world

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This is how you make up for the torture of a close call football game like the one today between the Aggies and Fresno State:

Chicken and Waffles

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Two great tastes that taste great together. (Howdy from Memphis!)

The world’s most difficult photo subject

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Not only does it melt quickly, but the temptation to eat it is damn near unbearable!

R.I.P. The guy who is most responsible for me surviving college

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That’s right, the inventor of Ramen Noodles has died.

Nostalgia Tuesday: Aunt Ena’s pies were the best thing since sliced pie

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After spending the last 5 days in Atlanta, I had to break out some Georgia pictures for Nostalgia Tuesday this week. Here my sister and I are sitting on the tailgate of my grandfather’s pickup with our Great Aunt Ena. I don’t think there was ever a time that we visited Uncle Thomas and Aunt […]

I’m a happy, happy boy

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Howdy from Atlanta! This is the Lewis Grizzard special at Sprayberry’s Barbecue in Newnan, Georgia. It’s a pork barbecue sandwich, cup of Brunswick Stew and a pile of onion rings. Simply put, it’s the best darn meal on the planet. No seriously, the best. Ever. Next time you see me ask me about my plan […]

There should be a law!

Ever since I started working odd hours from home there is one thing that has come to irritate me more than anything: Food commercials for items that are impossible to buy at the hour they’re advertised. The classic example of this is is the Braum’s ad that always manages to find its way into the […]