Double fisting caffeine for the Mandela memorial service. If you’re awake, watch live at http://washingtonpost.com/posttv/c/live (at PostTV)
Just googled “Single ladies cookbook,” and this is the first thing that came up:
Even the busiest, most kitchen-clueless woman dreams of one day making the perfect egg mayo sandwiches for her girlfriends. But until then, she’s stuck in her kitchen for one, where she can’t tell a cap opener from a whisk! And even if she could, cooking herself dinner - actually making it from scratch! - is the last thing on her mind when she leaves for work in the morning.This is the essential accessory for women in their 20s and 30s. Whether fresh out of university or living the single life, any woman who’s on unfamiliar footing in her kitchen will feel like Nigella Lawson in no time…
…blah blah blah. Is this really the perception of what a single lady is like? I’m either married and a kitchen whiz or haven’t hooked a man and don’t know a BOTTLE OPENER from a WHISK? There’s got to be another way.
Rant over. That said, anyone know of any good cookbooks with recipes for one?
This is real.
"Periplaneta japonica has special powers not seen in the local roach population: It can survive outdoors in the freezing cold.
'There has been some confirmation that it does very well in cold climates, so it is very conceivable that it could live outdoors during winter in New York,' Ware said. 'I could imagine japonica being outside and walking around, though I don't know how well it would do in dirty New York snow.'”