This is the chili I cooked for Let's all get spicy and talk about it. See the blog for the recipe.
I set up the camcorder on 3 second intervals to get a jerky overview of the entire process just for the fun.
I shot the photos with a Sony Alpha 700 using the kit lens.
I used two onions, four cloves of garlic, the whole can of tomato paste, extra cumin and chili powder, 6 squirts of Tabasco, and I substituted shredded 5 cheese blend for the sour cream garnish.
After chopping the onion and garlic, I set all the ingredients out on the counter.
I sauteed the onions and garlic and added the tomato paste, seasonings, and turkey
and then brown
Once upon a time in a rundown section of suburbia, a shabby convenience store and a sleazy late night bar faced each other across a poorly lit stretch of four lane highway. The few businesses on each side had long ago closed and fallen into disrepair.
One night, around 2 am, two police cars, lights flashing and sirens wailing, screeched to a stop outside the store. Their spot lights transformed the front of the store into a garish caricature of its self. The two fired up state troopers, guns drawn, charged into the store to find a long haired, bearded hippie at the cash register. The hippie quickly raised his hands over his head. One officer
2009 is a year I am glad ended. It was one of the worst years of my life.
I began New Years Eve like I do most mornings, sitting in my favorite chair with a cup of coffee checking my email and blogs.
After I did a load of laundry,
it was time to shave, take a shower, and get ready to go out in the world.
I went by work for a while. It is always peaceful there when the place is closed. I read some email and printed out some forms.
My next stop was the grocery store. It was especially crowed that day. I dont have a clue why.
I took the groceries home and ventured out again. This is the view from the end of my drive. I w