Grill what you kill
By Skeeter Jenkins and One-Armed Joe
One of our favorite jokes here in the Backwoods Kitchen goes a little like this: Why did the armadillo cross the road? To prove it could be done.
Michael Procopio of www.kqed.org
The Wino Connoisseur
By Cletus Oswald Smythe III
In the world of wine, namely easy to transport wines, one has many options. Popularly, a simple brown bag enrobing a slender vessel has been the drinker-on-the-go’s preference. Discretion coupled with portability has long been the aim of this particular class of imbibers. But there are several drawbacks to this method. Namely, the size. There’s just not enough juice in those compact bottles to make a full revolution around the trash barrel fire.
Words o' Wisdom
Stone Soup for the Hobo Soul
Captain Salty spins a yarn
By Captain Salty
Life on the rails is full of adventure and occasional strife. There’s not much money in it, but, as I learned, it’s full of friends you’d never expect. This is a story about how I met a very special lady who taught me the ropes—or the rails, I guess you might say.
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Spanish Olive Oil Tasting at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Alfonso J. Fernández López and Alberto Moya Carraffa teach how to appreciate the different flavors and textures of olive oil. Reservation recommended.
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