Don't Give Up2015 has been a difficult year.More Like This
Yet, despite the hardship it was also the best time of my life.
I feel like my partner and I could finally spread our wings and fully, truly embrace our lives and each other.
The incredibly exhausting days of constant trips and work of getting material and painting the walls, building wardrobes with no instructions receiving no help from anyone, and defending ourselves and each other from people that wanted to see us fail and break apart has made us stronger people.
When you work for something that you truly want, the reward is even greater.
There's always a mid point where you have to ask yourself: Is this really worth it? Is all the hard work and frustration fullfilling me? And when you have decided that...yes, I want to keep going because I believe in this and I believe in my abilities and myself....you will push even harder than you did when you started your journey. Your own, personal path opens up right in front of you and you know that only you ca
Serious Chicken SoupSERIOUS CHICKEN SOUPMore Like This
This is chicken soup suitable for Conan. Serves 6 barbarians. Makes a cold better. Gives a power-up so you can conquer a small equatorial nation. Yes, it's a basic recipe, but really, barbarians don't do complex frou-frou food.
We're going to sneak in some lessons. Don't tell Conan.
2-3 pounds boneless chicken breasts (just how meaty are you?)
6 stalks celery
2 large brown onions
1 pound carrots
16-oz box of rigatoni or penne pasta
2 quarts chicken broth
2 tablespoons Worchestershire sauce
2 tablespoons chopped garlic
1 tablespoon oregano
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
Cut the chicken breasts into bite-sized chunks (about 3/4")
In a non-stick pan on high heat, brown the chicken with 1 tablespoon vegetable oil and a good sprinkling of salt. You don't have to cook it all the way through; you're looking for golden-brown bits on the chicken. Unless your pan is freakishly large, do the chicken in two batches. Set the browned chicken aside.
Chop the ce