Café Bustelo is a great, everyday coffee if you like your coffee dark. So yeah, cool I guess (I don’t own a K-Cup machine, so others will have to review that part).
Café Bustelo is a great, everyday coffee if you like your coffee dark. So yeah, cool I guess (I don’t own a K-Cup…
Texas chili has very little tomato sauce in it (really old-school recipes I’ve seen have none at all). The color comes from the dried red New Mexico, guajillo, or pasilla chiles used.
Heh, it’s hard for Texans to be “restrained” when talking about chili, BBQ, or Tex-Mex. 😂
We can agree to disagree on the taste thing. But everyone gets to like what they like, amirite? 😁 And the baking soda hack looks interesting, I’m gonna try it out.
Mmmm...I’m making this the next time I roast Brussels sprouts or broccoli!
OK, being a known Claire Lower fan-boy, I’m not going to criticize the idea of beans in chili (native Texan here, so I have opinions about a good Bowl of Red). But I will say that good beans, like pintos, should be cooked and served separately for people to add to their chili as they wish. This is as much for the… Read more
Ummm...the “inventor” of the Internet was DARPA. Though if you’re looking for a person, I guess you could pick Vinton Cerf and Bob Kahn who invented the TCP/IP protocols. Read more
Ummm...the “inventor” of the Internet was DARPA. Though if you’re looking for a person, I guess you could pick Vinton…
Except that every Spanish-speaking person of Hispanic origin I know finds “Latinx” to be (at the very least) a silly, Gringo invention. And many of them also find it to be disrespectful of their language and culture. So maybe not the best example.
That last section, “It’s also more inclusive” is precisely the problem, of course. Conservatives don’t want to include people they don’t approve of...
Damn, the job market is just over all weird as f*ck these days. Even positions for experienced people are loaded up with unrealistic requirements for the pay being offered. And it seems like every employer wants to go the contract-to-hire “kick the tires for 6-12 months before you buy” route. Read more
Not discounting your personal experience at all, but that falls in the category of anecdotal evidence. I’m pushing back on this because I have a college-level background in Human Development and had to endure two semesters of Statistical Analysis and Experimental Design at the graduate level. There’s simply no valid… Read more
To add some add’l info, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is indeed a non-profit org. But it reports to the state legislature and was created by Texas state gov’t. And who runs the state legislature ? The Texas Republican Party. Same party the governor is a member of, who is complaining about ERCOT... Read more
Northern suburbs of Dallas: Power went out 3:30AM Mon., was out for 18 hrs. Got one hour of electricity, then out again. Tue. morning at sunrise it was 0°F at my house. Power on and off throughout the day. Don’t think any house water pipes froze. Today, Wed., we’re getting about 3-4 hrs of power with 45-60 min… Read more