This German guy had a few good things to say.
You’ll only regret what you never do. That’s what I think.
I have very few savory food crushes, but over the past few weeks I’ve been crushing hard on bao, a type of steamed bun that can be stuffed with meat or vegetarian fillings.
After a bit of internet-ing, we decided that they seemed simple enough to make, so we purchased a bamboo steamer and did a trial run tonight. The results were…well, I have no photos mid-bite so I think that answers the question. They’ll be on the menu again soon enough.
Please excuse the poor photo quality
Thanks for the inspiration bro. To be continued…
One of my favorites in the set is “R” which was convenient since my 3 year-old nephew — whose name starts with “R” — took an interest in them. It made me incredibly giddy to watch him rearrange, play, and ask me to help him spell words with the cards.
Perhaps my true calling is creating flash cards with faces and tape…
I love public transportation. Yes it’s dirty and unreliable, but the true gems of public transit are the people. Recently, I started cataloguing some of the amazing things I overhear. Its fun already, isn’t it?
This one comes to you from one of our friends in the ‘Loin. It’s a couple of months old but that doesn’t mean I forget how amazing it was to hear these words frolicking out of this guy’s mouth and into my ears.
Dressed in my orange and black best, way to go Giants!
There is a stack of left over letters printed on index cards from the experimental alphabet workshop I conducted earlier this month. And tonight they were calling my name.
This issue of faces and letters just won’t go away. Tape inspiration courtesy of Victoria Montgomery
Last Friday I stood in front of approximately 75 students to give an artist lecture and lead an experimental type workshop. Here’s a taste of the awesomeness that ensued.
In short, it was amazing and I’ve got a few hundred pictures to edit. More to come.