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Pot Luck

by: JayinPhiladelphia

Wed Dec 26, 2012 at 18:55:08 PM PST

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Well, I just bought my first snow shovel in like ten years.  Fortunately, it looks like I won't need it tomorrow morning.  But Saturday seems likely.  I suppose I'll need a second for my place in Newark, soon, too.  Snow, I am now prepared.  You dirty, unnecessary freezing of water, you...


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Time to try kabocha squash. (4.00 / 2)
That may be the last of the regularly-available winter squash varieties I have yet to try.  Plain ole' butternut is still my favorite, for the most part.  After I try a kabocha for the first time, then it's back off into the rarer ones.

There was one I had back in Oregon, and I forgot its name!  But it was great.  Got it from the People's Coop Farmers' Market, it was a blue-ish green variety...

Ah ha!  It was a Sweet Meat, that's right.  I wonder if those grow here, or what the local equivalent of that is for Southeast Pennsylvania?  Haven't seen any of those around here this year.

I think Kabocha is like Red Kuri? (4.00 / 1)
If so, it's wonderful! Next best thing to a red sweet potato!

Normal people scare me.... But not as much as I scare them.

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Yeah... (4.00 / 1)
It's said to have a sweet, chestnut-like flavor, apparently.  Sounds interesting.  I'm sure I've probably had it in a curry or a stir fry or something once, but I can't recall for sure and I know I've never cooked one myself.  Now I just have to find one!  ;)

I'm sure Fair Food has them, or one of the coops.  I think the winter farmers' markets are all off this week, but otherwise I have them to try in a couple weeks as well.

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I don't like red kuri (4.00 / 2)
but it turns out the delicious thing I've been growing for years now from saved seeds is a kabocha!

"I can understand someone from Iowa promoting corn and soy, but we are not feeding the world, we are feeding animals and soft drink companies." - Jim Goodman

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Pot Luck, really? (4.00 / 1)
A little room that I like to visit. If anyone here is into photography, I took this 1600 ISO shot of a very darkened room hand held at 1/5 of a second. I can stand very still.

And here is a big room that I like to visit.

How appropro, this year they wimped out.      

That's my favorite... (4.00 / 1)
...area in the world.  Washington Crossing and that area of the Delaware, specifically New Hope and Lambertville and Frenchtown.  I need to get out there for one of those reenactments, one of these years.  I noticed the water was definitely way high, even back on Sunday when I crossed the Trenton rail bridge on the way up to my mother's for the day.

While originally considered a rarified taste, a growing popular demand for Art Nouveau designs led to poor-quality mass production, hastening the demise of this original style in the early years of the twentieth century.

Copycats!  Heh.  I suppose that happens in every field though, like when unskilled stiffs took excellent buildings like this, and then turned them into half a million cheap copies across the country ranging from boring to atrocious over the next eighty years...

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"From Bauhaus to Our House" (4.00 / 1)
Wasn't the International Style in Europe born of the economics of a war torn continent trying to rebuild. Glass is cheap.

It's been a long time since I read the book but I sort of recall Tom Wolfe accusing the American copycats, more of a social criticism than an eye for architecture, as never understanding the roots of the International Style.

Personally I love the evolution of tall glass houses but the I'm not one to throw stones. And you know how I feel about glass houses...  

The House of Glass

Horticulture sort of tough in stone fortresses.  

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I came across this Mac and Cheese recipe (4.00 / 2)
Cheesy. You want Cheesy? You want motherfucking cheesy? You need a roux.

Not just any old roux. You need a roux that you will want to drink straight out of the pan. You need a roux that will make love to your cheese. You need a roux that you will want to spread across your lovers body, and your lovers name is macaroni.

You need this roux:

Get some all purpose flour. 3 Tablesppons. Get some cornstarch. 1 Tablespoon. Get a pinch of kosher salt. Get a pinch of pepper. Get half a stick of butter (not salted)

Throw all that shit that in a pan. Heat it. Work it. Love it. Cook it for 4 minutes. Now you have a roux.

Get some 1/2 and 1/2. Dump a cup of it in.

Get some cheese. 12oz of extra sharp cheddar. Shred that shit. Add half to the sauce.

Stir. Cook for 2 min, but don't let it boil, as the cheese and milk will curdle, and the sauce will get too thick. If it gets close to boiling, take it off the heat. If it gets too thick, add some extra half/half to thin it out. When the cheese is melted and its nice and creamy, you're good.

Now put cooked noodles in a bowl. Didn't cook any? What the hell are you doing? Go cook some. Hell, cook some 10 minuites ago.

Put the remaining 6oz of cheese on the noodles. Straight on. Mix it up. Add the sauce. Mix it up.

Eat that shit. It will be the creamiest, cheesiest best god-damn mac you will ever have.

Not cheesy enough? Add 4 oz of Gruerere cheese. Not cheesy enough? Add 4 oz of Velveeta.

Not cheesy enough? Make an extra batch.

There. Done.

Laughed my ass off at that one.  

You cut off the rest of the recipe. (4.00 / 2)
"You actually ate that shit? Go call your cardiologist and make an urgent appointment."

"I can understand someone from Iowa promoting corn and soy, but we are not feeding the world, we are feeding animals and soft drink companies." - Jim Goodman

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I didn't eat it (4.00 / 1)
I just enjoyed that person's method of expression.  

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Hey Jill (4.00 / 2)
I know you don't watch but listen to "Live at Lincoln Center" on New Year's Eve.

We're rehearsing it now, the New York Philharmonic and a very impressive Broadway cast doing a tribute to Marvin Hamlisch. One Singular Sensation never sounded so good.    

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oooh sounds great!! (4.00 / 2)
I can't wait!

"I can understand someone from Iowa promoting corn and soy, but we are not feeding the world, we are feeding animals and soft drink companies." - Jim Goodman

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Food for thought (4.00 / 2)
Ever since I met Jill it has been pretty obvious to me that my own government is trying to poison me but I came across this history lesson when even they went too far. It was called death by special denature.  

Went to visit my friend with the farm (4.00 / 1)
She is now raising Angora goats, in addition to the Icelandic sheep and Angora rabbits. I am trying to get her to set up an Etsy store, or put a sale sheet on her website. She could really use some cash.  

Such a horrible thing... (0.00 / 0)
...that Rutgers' entire offense somehow missed the plane to Orlando and ended up having to watch today's bowl game in the teevee section of the Best Buy on Route 1 in South Brunswick.

Oh wait, what's that?  Their offense is actually on the field right now?  Could have fooled me!


This is an amazing drive, actually... (0.00 / 0)
Rutgers keeps trying to go 3 and out, only for Virginia Tech to say "oh, no you aren't!" and committing a penalty to extend the drive.

Rutgers started out 2-13 on third down.

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And yet... (0.00 / 0)
...Rutgers is winning 10-0.

Hey, this is just like an SEC game!

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And... (0.00 / 0)
...Rutgers ends their season losing three in a row, and four of their last six.  A boring and predictable overtime bowl loss due to a laughably inept offense.

A rather fitting end to a sneaky bad season in which Rutgers didn't actually beat anybody worth talking about, struggled to barely beat bad teams like Arkansas and Tulane, choked away their four hundredth chance to finally win their first conference title, and once again relied way too heavily on a good defense which naturally tires late in games what with the feeble offense being lucky just to get two first downs on any given drive.

Nova can't win games without a lot of help (which he doesn't have), and the last above average QB they had (Tom Savage) was driven out a few years ago when they went to Kirk Ciarocca and that stupid Wildcat offense for a couple seasons.  That hire set the program back at least five years, or to be more precise doomed them to continued 8 or 9-win seasons for that long.

Oh, well.  At least they have one more season, and two more recruiting classes, in the minor leagues of the Big East to get ready for the move into a real conference.

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2 to 5 inches... (0.00 / 0)
...tomorrow throughout the day.  I am ready!  Nowhere to go, so the plan is to stay home and watch college football all day, shovel the stupid, unnecessarily frozen water once it stops around 7 PM, then maybe walk on over to Kensington Ave for some pho for dinner.  Should be good soup weather, at least!

New Year's Eve... (0.00 / 0)
A story I've been following, mainly for the fantastically comic phrase "the tri-state's elite nightlife crowd", coined by the apparently totally self-unaware promoter of the event.  But also because it isn't far from me (not that I'd mind the event, although I certainly wouldn't have gone - it's not my 'scene').  Even The Onion couldn't have come up with a better story.

The "Drop the Ball NYE Event" at 2424 Studios' Skybox in Fishtown was supposed to include five hours of open bar, "2,000+ of the tri-state's elite nightlife crowd," a champagne toast, live ball dropping - and, neighbors feared, a drunken mess of non-locals cramming into a space that they argue could barely accommodate 1,000 party-goers. Fishtowners were none too pleased with the plan by a promoter called One Up Events. In fact, after a slew of emails to City Paper, which was among the sponsors of the event, to district Councilman Mark Squilla and to the 26th Police District, they got the event canceled, according to 2424 Studios co-owner Leonidas Addimando.

Basically, a bunch of out-of-towners heard that "Fishtown" is a totally awesome hipster neighborhood in Philadelphia filled with, like, a million totally trendy Portlandia parodies, or something like that.  So what better place to bring in thousands of douchebags from Cherry Hill, New Jersey and other surrounding suburbs and throw a bro-tastic, super-chillin' holiday spectacular in a former factory-turned-work live space!

The problems are many, however.  Beginning with the fact that despite a couple galleries on Girard, a few eateries and tattoo shops on Frankford Ave, and its ensuing reputation amongst certain quarters, Fishtown is still very much a densely-populated working class Irish Catholic neighborhood full of people who can trace their ancestry in the neighborhood back to the 1800s.  And as anyone who's spent more than a few hours in the neighborhood quickly learns, if there's one thing they hate more than anything, it's people who park in 'their' spaces (which, to be fair, considering that the neighborhood was mostly built up well over 100 years ago, and considering fire hydrants, there isn't even room on each block to park one car per rowhouse).

And in fact, this location isn't Fishtown, either.  Fishtown is south of Norris.  2424 is on York, and therefore is in Kensington.  And my Kensington is a whole 'nother story altogether.  :)

So again, anyone even half-aware could have seen the problems here from miles (or weeks) away.  Surprise, turns out it was finally canceled and moved elsewhere.

So at least, I guess, "the tri-state's elite nightlife crowd" (heh) can rest easy that they have a more appropriate spot now.  Although I'm sure a number of River Wards tow trucks and auto shops are sighing at the missed opportunity that would have ensued due to hundreds of slashed tires and smashed windshields...

Oh, and... (0.00 / 0)
...I also somehow left out the inevitable problem of hundreds of drunk drivers at 2 and 3 AM trying to wind their way through the narrow one-ways of Kensington and Fishtown to make their way back home.

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Phew! (0.00 / 0)
It barely snew.  Flew right through.  I am not blue.

(Dr. Seuss who?)


What a relief, eh? (4.00 / 1)
My family in central Illinois escaped the storm with a slight dusting of snow the other day. They are quite happy to have been passed right by.

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Beavers blow it big time. Lose 31-27 to Texas. (4.00 / 1)
Oregon State led for the whole game until Texas scored the go ahead TD with just 3 minutes left in the game.

Neither team played outstanding football tonight. OSU's play was so sloppy.  

Has any Pac-12 team won a bowl game yet this year? (4.00 / 1)
Any team? Is it possible that the only bowl win for the conference will be the Ducks? Provided the Ducks win, of course.

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The Arizonas won... (0.00 / 0)
Arizona beat Nevada 49-48, ASU beat Navy by about 900 - 2.

Washington and OSU lost close ones late, and UCLA was blown out by Baylor.  USC should beat Georgia Tech on Monday in the Sun Bowl (heh), Stanford will beat Wisconsin in the Rose.  If Oregon wins, the Pac should actually go 5-3.  Not bad, but Washington and OSU should have won, as well.

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Argh. (0.00 / 0)
I need to stop typing when I'm half-asleep.  I blew my opportunity to say "the Arizoni."


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Upcoming... (0.00 / 0)
I'm pulling for NC State on Monday, because I want to see the SEC go 0-for this year.  Even if that means I have to root for Notre Dame next week, too.  And also Clemson, Northwestern, Nebraska, Michigan, Louisville, Oklahoma and Pittsburgh.  Actually, there's a good possibility they could go 3-6 or so in bowls this year.  Which would be unspeakably awesome, of course.  With the possible exception of LSU - Clemson and maybe Michigan - South Carolina, I don't think the SEC should be clearly favored in any of their games.

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Oh... (0.00 / 0)
Florida over Louisville should be a lock for them, actually.  But that's it.

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Transit... (0.00 / 0)
Wow.  Some New Yorkers have almost as high an opinion of their governor, as we do of ours!

The only difference, I suppose, is that we Pennsylvanians should expect nothing less of a Republican when it comes to backwards transit thinking.  While New Yorkers were probably expecting a somewhat better deal for themselves when they elected a Democrat.  Ha ha ha, silly 'consumers'...

Homicides... (0.00 / 0)
There will be 330-something in the City of Philadelphia once this year's 'numbers' are finalized, up a bit from last year's 324.

The 'good news' is that the number of shooting victims are down, the bad news is that the scumbags who are doing the shooting have apparently been aiming (or hitting innocent bystanders) at a little bit of a higher clip.

Baltimore is still, per-capita, the more violent big city in our region, though this provides little comfort to the people here in our city, and particularly right here in the inner city neighborhoods of North Philadelphia, who are terrorized by violent crime every single day.

One day we can stop this, though fuck if I know how to go about doing so...

Jay ftw. (0.00 / 0)
I do like my latest picture.  I photograph well tonight.


That is a nice picture. Did you take it yourself? (4.00 / 1)
I notice you've traded in your Dicks hat for a Phillies hat. I guess you really have left the Northwest behind.

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Your spelling error is priceless. (0.00 / 0)
Just sayin'...


I actually threw my Ducks hat away just before I moved.  No offense, but Oregon wasn't kind to me, and those five years were, by far, the worst of my life.

But I made some very bad choices, and that's totally on me.  Not on Oregon.  My bad, I accept responsibility for that.

We were not compatible, let's just say.  I'm back home now, and it'll all be alright!

I've never been happier than I am right now.  Just waking up in Philadelphia every morning is the most wonderful thing imaginable.  And to also live in Newark part-time again soon?  Cloud 9.  I am on it.  :)

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That fricken' auto-correct. (4.00 / 1)
It really does make things worse, not better, spelling-wise.

I love Oregon. It felt like home to me the minute I crossed the state line at Ontario back in the late '70s. So, I understand how you feel about Philadelphia. If a place isn't right, well, it just isn't right. I'm glad you were able to get yourself back to your home.

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One of my friends... (0.00 / 0)
...many years ago, was supposed to meet me at a certain train station in New Jersey, to hang out for a little while and say goodbye before the Amtrak whisked me away to DC, and then on to points West, to begin what I then assumed would be the rest of my life.

Well, he actually ended up over-sleeping that day and never made it to the train, but that was okay, as I was lost in my own thoughts anyway...


I'll be meeting him on Tuesday at that very station, for the first time in years, and this time I live here again.  Weird, and good.

I guess you never really know where life will ultimately take you, eh?

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Oh, and yes. (0.00 / 0)
That was a quick "photo booth" shot of me, done on my MacBook just a few hours ago.  :)

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Donkey State... (0.00 / 0)
...leaves the Big East before even joining.

I guess they decided that playing in even half a real conference is too much of a challenge for them.  ;)

Clearly, having to play at least three real football teams a year was much more than they were willing and able to deal with.  After all, it's so much easier to just beat ten junior varsity-level schools every year and have half a dozen ESPN nitwits continue to talk up how awesome you are and how totally unfair it is that a school which plays a Division II-caliber schedule every single season isn't taken seriously.

San Diego State is now probably backing out of joining the Big East, too.  My homeys at Temple need to get out of that conference, now now now!

This is interesting, too... (0.00 / 0)
With Boise State remaining in the Mountain West, the [San Diego State] Aztecs' Big East contract allows them to withdraw from the Big East without paying an exit fee if there is no other Big East member located west of the Rocky Mountains.

A Mountain West conference source with knowledge of the situation said San Diego State wants back in the Mountain West, but the league is holding up the process as it decides whether there is a better fit than the Aztecs and if there is a school that can deliver more value.

The source said if SDSU returns to the Mountain West, the Aztecs would have to come back on the conference's terms.

San Diego State was the first school to make the Big East-Big West move in trying to get the rest of its sports in the California and Hawaii-based conference. SDSU helped get Boise State into the Big West, too, once the Broncos made the football move to the Big East.

Ah, so Donkey State is also a bunch of back-stabbing snakes.  Surprise, surprise.  Let this be a lesson to everyone else they're associated with.  I do hope they eventually burn enough bridges that, in the new college football hierarchy, they are eventually forced to essentially become the Division I-AA school that they are, once again.

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Chip Kelly... (0.00 / 0)
Also, it will be good to have that man in my life again soon!

Andy Reid was fired by the Eagles today, and I'm pulling hard for Kelly to be our next coach.  As Chris Ryan notes, his offense does work in the NFL.  New England's been running it for years now.

Let's do it!


Chip needs to stick around and deal with whatever (4.00 / 1)
sanctions the NCAA levies against the Ducks. He should not pull a Pete Carroll and run to the NFL when things get a little hot at the college.

I know Chip wants to coach in the NFL, but Oregon is facing these sanctions because of things that Chip did. Chip, not boosters or errant team members or parents. This is all on Chip. He needs to deal with it.

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Watching the teevee machine... (0.00 / 0)
My original plan was to have a beer at the dive bar down the block tonight; but I have to be somewhere early in the morning tomorrow, and then after that I have to head up to NJ, so instead I'm just staying home tonight.  Probably going to sleep in an hour or so.  I've seen years change before, and hopefully I'll see a few others in the future, so I can skip this one.


I see the "Rockin' New Year" stuff (Dick Clark, and American Bandstand, were Philadelphia products, thankyouverymuch!), and tonight's names are apparently Carson Daly and Carmen Electra.

My first thought was "whoa, those two are still relevant somewhere?  What is it, 1996 again?"

And then I looked up their birthdays out of curiosity.  Ouch, they're both only a few years older than me.  Now I feel ancient.  :)

And happy new year, everyone... (0.00 / 0)
I suppose I should have seen it coming, but I just realized my daughter will turn 16 this year. In nine months, but still. This strikes me as a rather significant development.

What a year this will be!

Best wishes to all! If 2013 works out even half as well as it looks right now, this will be my first truly good year since 2005.  Naturally, I hope it does!  :)

Happy New Year, Jay and everyone else here at LaVida. (4.00 / 1)
I do hope 2013 works out well for all of us.

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Happy New Year to you and everyone too! (4.00 / 1)
Wow, 16! Congrats to her and you too!

I remember when Harold's grandson Scotty was born. And now he's in college. How time flies!

Normal people scare me.... But not as much as I scare them.

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Stanford won the Rose Bowl 20-14 over Wisconsin. (4.00 / 1)
Barry Alvarez is a better coach that Bielema ever was. And Alvarez has been riding an administrative desk for the past several years.

It was a closer game than I expected. Wisconsin played better than their season record would have indicated.

The problem with college ball... (0.00 / 0) that the final games all really come down to just 60 minutes, after each team has had four weeks off, at a neutral field where many times the better team has a significant disadvantage (Wisconsin travels well; Stanford isn't exactly known for a rabid football fan base, to say the very least) so it really is just a crapshoot quite often.  Hopefully the playoff system will fix that, but I don't think they went far enough.  There's still too much time off between the end of the regular season and the games (imagine if the NFL gave teams three or four bye weeks before the playoffs began - what's the point of that, seriously?), and no home-field advantage whatsoever.

USC got their behinds handed to them, and even though that was bad for the Pac I still found it highly amusing.  Ha ha.

Michigan somehow found a way to blow their game with 11 seconds to go.  Just for that, I hope they begin a brand new 7-game losing streak to Ohio State.  And a few times to new conference-mate Rutgers, as well.  ;)

I didn't even get to watch any of the games, as I was out and running around all day today, but I will definitely be watching the Ducks in 43 hours!

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Wisconsin... (0.00 / 0)
...has lost three straight Rose Bowls now.  That's kinda amazing, and also a little sad.  Amongst the current schools of that conference, I'm partial to Michigan State myself, but Wisconsin is the least objectionable of all the rest of them.  This, of course, will change in 12 months once Rutgers joins the conference, but I kinda feel bad for the Badgers.

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Now I know where Big Macs come from (4.00 / 1)

A measurable caffeine content in the Pacific Northwest's waters. (4.00 / 1)
There is so much coffee in Seattle that even the ocean fish are buzzing.  

Ha. (0.00 / 0)
The Big East actually has the best bowl record of all BCS conferences so far, at 3-1 with one game (Pitt - Ole Miss) to go. Coming in second is the ACC at 4-2.  Big 12 is 4-3, SEC is 3-3, Pac is 3-4, and the Big Ten is 2-5.

Safety. (0.00 / 0)
Damned straight!  That (blocked PAT, recovered by Kansas State and then taken back into their own end zone, where they were taken down by an Oregon defender) is absolutely a 1-point safety.  How did the officials not know that on the first call?

I should be a college football referee!


32-10 Oregon, 7:30 to go in the 3rd quarter...

I was yelling... (0.00 / 0) my teevee on that no-call before the review, btw.  I think they heard me out there in Arizona, from all the way here in Pennsylvania.  :)

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