Well, I call it mocha. Milk is problematic for me, though, so this is the actual recipe. Continue reading
Sometimes writing, or life in general, requires the application of chocolate.
3 tbsp. cornstarch
2 cups Greek yogurt Continue reading
I’d never want to be accused of cooking the books, but….
2 tbsp oil.
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar.
about 1 tbsp/ 3 medium cloves of garlic, diced. Continue reading
Finally – finally! – roughed out that tricky scene in Seeds of Bloods last night, so I’m taking a break from the rough draft today. I’ll tackle it more tomorrow….
I find chilies are anti-depressant for two main reasons. First, they’re anti-inflammatory, and if you have reduced inflammation and pain you generally feel better. Second, and this is mental – one of the things that gets you trapped in a depressive spiral is if you can’t stop thinking about whatever’s bothering you.
And when you eat a stuffed jalapeno pepper, I assure you, there’s at least half a minute where you can think about nothing else but the burn.
Which, mentally, pushes a reset button on your brain. “What was I so worried about again? Oh, right….”
I originally found a variant of this recipe that used bacon and cream cheese. I didn’t want to use bacon, and cream cheese and I give each other suspicious looks. So I substituted mozzarella, and it worked just fine. Continue reading
I love chocolate. I make no bones about it. It is one of the things that makes life worth living. It is, as the tongue in cheek say, health food; I have chocolate, other people live. They stay healthy.
I also have more food allergies than I like to shake sticks at, Continue reading