for two years. -less often, now

Food

Day 361

After the war, members of the Trade Federation turned to more agrarian solutions.


Day 356

Many men had had tried and failed to reach the succulent sweetness inside the fruit.
Now, it was Rachel’s turn.


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Day 303

In honor of all who have served, and are currently serving, the pirates feast on this Memorial Day holiday.


Day 295

The Indian In The Cupboard


Day 267


Every Easter Vader would use the Force to hold the Trooper’s candy just out of reach.


Day 265


Day 261


Mrs. Johnson’s face went from surprise to annoyance as she watched their dinner tumble to the ground.


Day 210


Day 209

Sharing is caring.


Day 206

This was a peanut butter & chocolate cupcake that I got from a little cupcake store called “Crave The Cup.” If you have one near you, GO. Oh god it was heavenly.


Day 127

“Well,” said the Inspector, “it’s either the season’s first snowfall, or free range grated parmesan cheese.”


Day 124

Sir Peters triumphs over the potatoes. Tonight, we dine on pierogies.


Day 123

Surrounded and outnumbered by the army of potatoes, Sir Peters threw down his helmet, raised his sword, and charged.


Day 121

Roger held the top. Hank was the lookout. Murray climbed inside.


Day 117

Mmm. Turkey leg. Jed had it all over his face.
Happy Thanksgiving!


Day 97

TK-298 takes baking lessons from Jeff, God of Biscuits.