February 25, 2013 |
We talk a lot of meat on Daily Dish, so it felt like time to show a little love to Meatless Monday. Here are highlights from Monday morning's #Weekendeats chat on Twitter that celebrate the meatless side of life. Starting with fruity, a recipe for Russian salted cabbage with carrots, apples and garlic from the blog Mango & Tomato, an orange blueberry loaf from Stephanie Arsenault of the blog Global Dish and a batch of homemade Orangina made from a gift of fresh oranges by Jenn from the blog Just Jenn Recipes.
January 15, 2008
More arts and entertainment coverage on the Web. POP MUSIC Call your own Grammy tune Will Grammy voters -- or should they -- say "no, no, no" to the newly blond Amy Winehouse come ballot time? Weigh in yourself at the Extended Play blog at www.TheEnvelope.com. CELEBRITIES Skirting the lack of glamour issue So, the 65th annual Golden Globes had no red carpet and no stars. Translation: no designer gowns. But the Golden Globes still had a smattering of style. TV anchorwoman style, that is. So let's do a fashion recap, shall we?
February 9, 2012 |
This is a test file. Trying out the p2p blog platform after fully mastering all the elements of Typepad. Should be a super experience. Looking forward to all things p2p. Could be blogging something about the Clippers .
February 18, 2013 |
Monday morning's #Weekendeats chat on Twitter was a bit of a culinary mash-up. Our chat participants indulged this weekend in dishes such as chicken wings, uni and pizza. Here's a look at the highlights: Pictures of these two dishes almost made me cry with jealousy. Check out this recipe for fish sauce wings with a mound of garlic from the Ravenouse Couple blog. And if you're an uni lover, you'll want to get some tissues ready. Here's a photo from Danny, a.k.a. KungFooPanda, of homemade uni orecchiette with uni cream sauce and a ton of fresh uni on top. Just had to wipe my brow.
October 1, 2012 |
As he headed toward his truck barefoot in a Manhattan Beach parking lot, Lakers guard Steve Blake turned his head. Somebody called his name and Blake looked up. At that instant, Blake stepped on a spike strip that left a puncture in his left foot, an incident he described as an "unfortunate situation. " "When you step on something like that, it's pretty painful," Blake said. "All the blood made me realize something was wrong. It's unfortunate. You move past it and go from there.