Had you at bacon, didn't I?
First you brine the turkey breasts for several hours and then rest at room temperature for a couple more, so obviously this is a "start in the morning" recipe. Using parchment paper per the directions will make wrapping it up a breeze and getting the bacon seems positioned underneath will keep it together. Add the coating of Dijon mustard, mayo, honey and thyme and you have a feast worthy of giving thanks!
Thursday, March 7, 2019
This is the second book I've read that was written by my former colleague Tom Ireland. It tells a story of how the massive human expansion across the galaxy, powered by the instantaneous transport of people, goods and energy, is at risk. Tom is an excellent writer and I'm hoping he's working on a third sci-fi book.
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
This simple yet ingenious table at Walnut Grove Country Club makes eating at the bar more comfortable and less messy. It's just two equal-height boards running beneath, about four inches tall, screwed into the wood surface from below. Moves your dinner about a foot closer to you.
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
I was quite surprised when I turned on my living room TV and a message that a class action settlement was available to owners of certain Internet-connected Vizio TVs, which you can learn more about at the link below. Turns out that Vizio TVs, by default and not clearly explained, collects information on what you're watching and feeds that back to Vizio. So on top of filling out the settlement form, I went into the "Reset & Admin" section of the TV's settings and turned off the "Viewing Data" option to prevent further tracking. Now they won't know that I'm binge-watching the first two seasons of The Good Place.
Monday, March 4, 2019
We attended this play at The Loft Theater in Downtown Dayton last week and it was amazing how five actors pulled off playing thirty-two parts while both convincing the audience they were taking train rides, sailing on ocean steamers and facing capture, typhoons and other near-death experiences while making you laugh the whole way. The play runs through March 17th, so there's still time to grab your tickets.
Friday, March 1, 2019
Do you peel potatoes, carrots and other vegetables just away from you or do you peel in both directions? As you can see below, I'm a both directions guy and it took only 24 seconds to peel this spud. You do need to take a little more care not to cut yourself as the blade is coming towards you, but using short, rapid strokes is my solution. I suggest trying it first on a long vegetable like a carrot, where it's easier to maintain distance between your two hands.