The trend I’m noticing, at least in my workplace, is that “work-life balance” is being translated this way:
I’m blanking on the name but there’s a French dish that’s basically this. You can also turn them into a quiche.
“...it’s got lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll’s eye. When he comes at ya, doesn’t seem to be livin’. Until he bites ya and those black eyes roll over white.”
His resting face always looks like he wandered into a public library without his pants on looking to order a fried chicken sandwich.
Can I say I do not watch or follow tennis but the tennis coverage on this site is always super accessible and riveting to read. Great writing!
These look great! But I’m still not clear on what the difference between this is and the Sicilian style pizzas the neighborhood nonnas used to make in North Jersey/NYC. You can easily find Sicilian style square pizzas at pizzerias in the tri-state area.
The week I moved to Seattle, Mayor Murray “solved” the homeless problem by raiding the massive camps that were growing underneath the highway overpasses leading into downtown.
Agree re: the gender-swapping. I also love the answer wasn’t that Wong had to see what was “really important” and make her career secondary to her relationship and who she was. Her career is important to her. It is part of who she is. She can still be authentic and have her career play an important part in her life.
Read a rumor once - no idea if it’s true - that Trump is on the hook to support Tiffany and her mother for as long as Tiffany is in school. Hence, law school. If, once law school raps up, Tiffany decides she wants to get a Ph.D. in art history or molecular biology or French literature, I will become a Tiffany fan.
Is he admitting or is he bragging?
For the record, I understood and enjoyed your joke. “and all other times” negates the needs for an /s. Sorry you’re getting shit on. Some people are bad at humor, even if their politics are in the right place.
I think we are finding a lot of the policies and tools that form the executive branch’s tool box, and the rules around executive conduct itself, were poorly defined, in a legal sense, because the assumption was that no one would be so craven or stupid to abuse them to the extent the current oval office occupant has…
First, I find it bizarre that Tyson has become this cuddly pop culture figure who makes cameos in main stream films and gets weird pigeon cartoons made about him. Like, the man is a rapist who bit off an opponent’s ear in the ring.
Democracy is a terrible form of government. There is no reason or guarantee that just because more people want something that makes it a good idea. (Thought exercise: If Trump had won the popular vote, would that mean he was a good president or had good ideas? Fuck no). However, democracy is an excellent method of…
Happy to share the gospel. My personal favorite way to have it - w/ toasted pine nuts, sautéed onions, and a dash of sun dried tomato pesto.
As a longtime fan of savory yogurt, let me take this opportunity to share one of the greatest dish combinations I have recently become obsessed with - poached egg in yogurt. Apparently it was a meal prepared especially for Turkish royalty. It is divine.
It’s common sense that if you’re at a bar or restaurant, you need to order something with a price tag attached to it.
How are these people so goddamn stupid? That’s what I want to know.
Avid meat eater here who is trying to eat less meat. I flat out love the taste of Beyond Burgers. The only thing stopping me from buying them weekly is the cost. It tasted both very “real” to me and just plain good. I’ve had them as substitutes for burgers as well as beef in general - in chili recipes, in kafta…