Archive for the ‘Food’ Category

I took the weekend off from blogging to do some fun family things and we had a nice time all weekend, but now it’s back to blogging. First, I want to thank everyone who had comments about the story I am working on. If you want to check it out, you can see the first […]


Thanks to all the answers to yesterday’s question. it was fun to see what everyone would pick. In case you missed it, here was yesterday’s question: What is your favorite donut? Since yesterday was National Donut Day, I figured why not ask. it seems we have a national day for something just about every day, […]


I took another day off yesterday to relax with some friends, although the heat and my medication got the better of me for a little bit, we still had a very fun day (Thank you Hauser family!). Back on Sunday, I asked everyone this question: When you go out to a bar or restaurant, what […]


I took the day off yesterday (actually I spent most of the day cooking, and I’ll have the recipes I made on my other blog at http://www.onedadskitchen.com late on today) and played some basketball with Sean so  I didn’t do any blogging at all yesterday. Thanks to everyone who answered Friday’s question of: If you […]


Thanks to everyone who took the time to answer yesterday’s question, although some people may have not answered because they were too busy enjoying their Sunday instead of spending time on the computer (completely understandable by the way, it was a beautiful day here in New York yesterday). Anyway, I said I already knew what my […]



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