Tonight we went out to the D to catch the awards festival and screening of the best of films for the Detroit 48-hr Film Project. It was a fun filled evening of local beer, pizza, and burning abandoned buildings (the best the D can offer). Out of 42 films our
Val and spent last weekend working with a group of friends to make a short film for the 48hr Film Project. We were given the genre of comedy, the character Leeanne or Liam Butler, a painter, the prop of a book, and the line “why don’t you explain it to
Val and I just got new phones (iPhones to be specific) and have been as my friend Xoch says a bit of iPhoniacs lately (Xoch swears she coined that term). We downloaded a fun app called ShakeIt Photo which emulates a polaroid camera. If anything it is a saving grace
Here is the recipe I used for some delicious vegan doughnuts this week. It took some figuring out testing (oh! those poor lost doughnut souls) and finally I managed to get it right. Or at least right enough for now until I get curious and tweak it some more. So
A quick trip to the store yielded a good crop of delicious vegetable goodness. In light of that some veggies tacos were made (see Señor Choppington’s Guacamole for a pic). This quick and easy to do recipe is perfect for those who don’t want to spend too much time cooking,
Señor Choppington is our Global vegetable santoku knife. He is a mean bastard who has attempted to wound me on many occasions. But we have become friends over the past year and he has allowed me to wield his chopping power to make delicious food. This guacamole is pretty simple
Inspired by our friends Mark and Amy (who started blogging recently), Val decided it was time to share our goings on with the world at large. So we purchased this domain, installed WordPress, and are now rockin’ the blogosphere.