It was 20 years ago today…

By Blaidd Drwg

 

Rodney McCray taught us how not to play…

 

Pasta with Asparagus and Bacon

By Iron Chef Leftovers

Spring is, in theory, here and I wanted to make a nice, quick and relatively light dish to use up some first of the season asparagus that I had and I had a hankering for pasta, so I figured that I would do a rift off a classic peas and prosciutto […]

The Mavs And The Spread

by A.J. Coltrane

From the Wall Street Journal:   The Dallas Mavericks covered against the spread 15 times in a row(!) prior to Game 2 of the NBA Western Conference Finals.

The Mavs were 5 point favorites in Game 2, but lost to the game and ended the streak.

The WSJ piece has an odd title – “The Team Las […]

Totally Over the Top Mac & Cheese

By Iron Chef Leftovers

I get tons of requests for this mac and cheese recipe since it is easy to make and is phenomenally good. I can’t take a great deal of credit though; I took the base recipe from Alton Brown and made a few changes to it. I had the pleasure of talking […]

Scandal In the Vegan World

By Iron Chef Leftovers

The chef at Seattle based 360 Local cutting what is obviously a well marbled piece of tofu.

In one of the more ironic pieces that I have read in The Stranger in a while, apparently a well known Vegan magazine was caught red handed doctoring stock photos of meat dishes […]

Lightning Fast Pitch Softball

by A.J. Coltrane

From Foxsports(dot)com.

Two California high schools combined for a record 95 runs Tuesday when Cuyama Valley scored 13 times in the seventh inning to earn a dramatic 48-47 victory against Coast Union in a fast-pitch softball game.

The game lasted 3 1/2 hours.

That’s about the same amount of time as a […]

Blogging in the Blogosphere

By Blaidd Drwg

Sometimes I think this couldn’t be more true. Nothing to do with Sports, Food or Games, just a random thought for the day.  From Pearls Before Swine:

Battle of the TTO Kings

By Blaidd Drwg

Over the weekend, the Mariners played the White Sox. There is really nothing all that special about 2 teams that are floundering pretty badly at the plate going against each other and you would expect some pretty low scoring games, which you got.

There was, however, an interesting side bar to this […]

A Tale of Two Lineups

By Blaidd Drwg

As I sit here this morning thinking about the Mariners game Friday night, I am struck by the lineup they fielded. You have Ichiro and Figgins at the top, Bradley, Olivio, Smoak and Cust in the middle and Wilson, Saunders and Ryan and the back end, Not exactly Murderer’s Row, but it […]

How To Move an NBA Franchise in 13 Easy Steps

By Blaidd Drwg

The NBA has a “relocation committee” headed by he-who-must-not-be-named-in-Seattle. In honor of the NBA, in its infinite wisdom, “allowing” the Sacramento Kings to stay in Sacramento for one more season before a decision is made on allowing them to move to Anaheim, I present you with how to move an NBA franchise […]