Tuesday, March 22, 2011

first, put the lime in the coconut

The OFKAR has asked me to help her brush up on her cooking skills when she returns home for the summer. But I don't know if she needs my help, judging by this recipe of hers that I found recently. I think she's well ahead of the game.

Sounds delicious, n'est-ce pas?
Do you like my svelte new url? You didn't even notice, did you?

To be honest, there is nothing to notice really, but I did recently follow Karen's lead, and I registered my domain name. In the process, I got rid of the clunky blogspot url and now boast what I think is a trimmer and more professional looking url. For those of you who pay attention to that sort of thing.

However, there now seems to be a considerable delay in new post notifications showing up in RSS feeds, which is really no big deal because my posts will get there eventually. But if you simply cannot wait one more second to read my latest, then please update your RSS feed to:



Allison said...

Hahaha! That is priceless. Needs a frame.

I'm getting updates in my reader on time, but then I'll get the same entry again the next day. Weird.

Anonymous said...

When you first switched, your posts were popping up in Google Reader fine, and then suddenly they stopped. I simply re-subscribed to the new url and now all is right with the universe.

Wandering Coyote said...

Perhaps I should register my URL, too...You know. wanderingcoyote.com or some such. Hm. Something (else!) to think about.

Have fun cooking with OFKAR! It's the greatest life skill ever and the more you practice the better! Big batch stuff is great for students, too, so I would encourage that. I'm all about low budget cooking right now, and I know a student can appreciate that. :)

Barbara Bruederlin said...

I've been thinking I should frame it, Al, it makes me smile.
I won't even pretend to understand what's going on with this here internet.

Thank you for making the universe right again, Mr Anchovy.

You should, WC. It's cheap, too ($10/yr).
I'm looking forward to the summer cooking lessons, and pleased that the OFKAR is going to be increasing her cooking repertoire. As you say, a very important skill.

Dr. Monkey said...

Eva is a culinary pioneer.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Truly groundbreaking cuisine, Dr M!

BeckEye said...

Your URL is so professional-looking. I'm not worthy! I'M NOT WORTHY!

Barbara Bruederlin said...

That's exactly the reaction I was hoping for, Beckeye.

Anonymous said...

I agree, frame it!

Barbara Bruederlin said...

It's on my to-do list, Leazwell.