This liberal bias is exactly why I canceled my subscription to Deadspin. I just read all the words in the articles and comment sometimes.
ESPN is hemorrhaging money and laying off employees. This is because it is having trouble paying billions of dollars in rights fees while also losing millions of subscribers to cord-cutting. People cancel their cable subscriptions because advances in technology have allowed them to consume all the TV, movies, and…
Wednesday evening, after a round of the familiar, incoherent “Do this or I’ll shoot my own dick off” bluster and 10-miles-from-the-brinkmanship, the White House quietly signaled it would continue making insurance subsidy payments under the Affordable Care Act, to avoid a government shutdown.
The Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The attraction has a timeless appeal, and its greatest strength was its lack of storyline. But then, Disney added Jack Sparrow to the ride in 2006. Sparrow’s inclusion, and the intrusive manner in which it was done, detracts from…
Both of these articles’ theses can be true at the same time! Like for example, right now.
Love it. You pretty much described the state of wearable lifestyle tech in your article. People don’t buy fitness trackers - They buy an idea; The idea that the fitness tracker is going to motivate them to become fitter/better. You can buy the ability to track your fitness, but, unfortunately, you can’t buy the…
I’m (slowly) cooking through the Foodspin archives, and I’m glad that you’re leading the charge to keep them coming. Thanks!
Last night I combined this with a crockpot artichoke spinach dip recipe i’ve been making for a while. Huge success! Many high fives. Very Little Leftover. Thank You.
Man, so many of these posts sound so good and make me so hungry. But there’s just no way that I have access to squid in the middle of rural Michigan. Just can’t get it.
Had a tremendous grilled calamari in Istanbul, at a hotel on the banks of the Bosporus - grilled it with olive oil and some mix of spices, and the sear on it was perfect. The whole slab was butterflied mantle, about the size of an iPad mini. Sadly, I think the place closed shortly after the coup attempts last summer…
The sales manager where I work was an older woman and she loved to talk food.
The best calamari are the ones that look like mini squids. Just saying.
Your food column gives me life. <3
In Japan, grilled squid on a stick is a common food style item at events, kind of like hotdogs or smoked turkey legs in the US. And they are pretty delicious. The grilling part is the same, but the prep is a bit difference.
I have a fitbit. I rarely look at the steps, and after a month or so I started ignoring the movement alerts, but it’s a nice watch that also notifies me if my phone is ringing in the other room.
Honestly, yes, wearable tech is not the end-all be-all, but I still enjoy my Moto 360 (the original one) it’s very nice getting my notifications on my wrist, and it’s nice to have it tracking my activity, but, it’s not really changed me all that much. I just enjoy the metrics.
I concur. I might have told you already, but I’m a vegetarian and I read every word of every one of your recipes because they’re so damn appetizing and entertaining.
When he recovers from this, his moniker will be Miserable Shiteheel.