You can always find a good notebook, that’s true enough… but are you brave enough to actually write in it?
Growing up in Chicago, thankfully, there are relatively few memorials to wars and military action as had taken place on that very ground – though there are many tributes to Continue reading
It’s damn near the kitchen sink of delicious things you can find in the PI.
The funny thing about traveling to other countries, to paraphrase what the character Vincent Vega tells Jules Winnfield in director Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 Pulp Fiction, is noticing the little differences: Search and Continue reading
I said that mid-March to early April was the best time to see the famed cherry blossoms in our nation’s capitol, Washington DC. Perhaps that would be for a typical spring. Yet this sequestered spring’s unusually cold temperatures held an unforgiving grip into April, until a few days ago.
I confessed that I didn’t know a lick about the game, other than how the pieces moved and their names, and then asked Joey if he wouldn’t mind explaining chess to me while we watched the match. Chess, he said – well, whispered – is all about playing to an end game.
Can I ask some fun-loving Filipino or Filipino American parents, in the spirit of tomorrow’s April Fools’ Day, to please hide a lavender- or pink-dyed balut in their Easter egg hunts today?
“Really to make a good pie, you have to make it by hand. You can’t use a sheeter [mechanized dough roller often used in mass production baking] because to be Continue reading