Month: January 2013

Wonder: Lives of Anna & Harlan Hubbard

Paintings by Harlan Hubbard. He even made the frames. Anna and Harlan were those genuine people who did not preach their beliefs but lived them. Their romantic story may not seem so idyllic to some, but what they lived is near a fairy tale.… Continue Reading “Wonder: Lives of Anna & Harlan Hubbard”

Best Buttermilk Biscuits

When I was in college, I had a few classmates that were from the North. Once they found biscuits and sweet tea, they were addicted. They never had anything like it. I found this pretty odd! Seeming as this is a culture norm in… Continue Reading “Best Buttermilk Biscuits”

My No Fat Greek Tuna Salad

One day I realized that I had a large tub of¬†Greek¬†yogurt that was about to go bad. So I thought tuna salad would be a great way to use it up, instead of having a plain yogurt party. Once I discovered this combination, I… Continue Reading “My No Fat Greek Tuna Salad”

Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs Peeled Perfectly

Perfectly cooked hard boiled eggs are great. If they’re overcooked they can turn rubbery with dry and yuck grey yolks (ferrous sulfide). So keep reading and no longer feel stumped about getting perfect boiled eggs. One of my favorite books is The Science of… Continue Reading “Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs Peeled Perfectly”

Tutorial: IKEA Kvartal Curtain System

My mom (@lot670) hasn’t had curtains on her front picture window for a very long time. The window has been in various situations for the 16 years lived with it. At one point I think it had blinds and nothing else. In the winter,… Continue Reading “Tutorial: IKEA Kvartal Curtain System”