The Perfect Breakfast

The Perfect Breakfast

Since yesterday was Sunday, since Anne and I had no immediate plans for the day, and since Sunday breakfast is a thing, I decided to surprise Anne and make the perfect breakfast for two. I began by slicing scallions, mushrooms, and some Trivial Prosciutto (that’s the...
Procrastination

Procrastination

While idly perusing Fast Company online, I came across an article. Before I get to that, however, I’d like to make a few things clear: I came across the article on a Saturday, so I wasn’t procrastinating. Okay, I might have been procrastinating. But my...
Breathe Deep

Breathe Deep

The esteemed philosopher and philanthropist, W.C. Fields, once said: “There comes a time in every man’s life when he must take the bull by the horns and throw it.” And so it is that fast-food giant, Burger King, and its parent, Restaurant Brands...
The Better Mousetrap

The Better Mousetrap

I don’t know if there’s necessarily been an uptick in celiac disease. But since the onset of COVID-19, there’s been a markedly discernible increase in bellyaching. Contrary to the intentions of the Founding Fathers of these here United States, we want to be completely...
Seasons of Reckoning

Seasons of Reckoning

In the midst of (1) the global coronavirus pandemic, (2) a black man was killed in Minneapolis by a white police officer, who now stands charged with murder for taking that man’s life. Evidently, those two things weren’t enough to satisfy our appetite for...