Friday, March 30, 2012
Monday, March 26, 2012
With my order, I got a Free drink of my choice. I decided to try the Coconut water that is all the rage right now. Bad choice, one sip and I could not throw that full can of Coconut water in the trash fast enough. Gross, I will never drink that crap again! However the Korean Short Rib Tacos were very tasty. Sweet, spicy, crunchy, fresh and good. I would like a little more hot sauce on them, but I got them to go and could not garnish them the way I wanted them.
I will definitely be back soon. I want to try a few of their sandwiches, a few beer selections and grab a few wine specials, hec, I might even take a Cooking Class!!
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Friday, March 16, 2012
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Put Corned Beef Brisket in Crock Pot
Pour 1 can of beer in with it
Use the Pickling Spices that comes with Corned Beef Brisket
Cook on High for 4 hours
Flip Brisket so that the Bottom is now on Top in Crock Pot
Pour another Can of Beer (maybe 2 cans if needed) in Crock Pot
Pour Chopped Potatoes in Crock Pot on top of Corned Beef
Pour Chopped or Baby Carrots in Crock Pot
Pour Chopped Cabbage in Crock Pot
Sprinkle in More Pickling Spices
Squirt some Extra Spicy Brown Mustard
Cook all together in Crock Pot for 10 hours on Low
Serve Warm with some Extra Sour Rye Bread & Butter on Side
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Tidy Dog Grooming
Because of the Recent Rampant Theft of Tide, we found Black Market Tide Gardens Sprouting Up through out the Shore.
a Random lone Poppy sprouting through the Cracks of the Sidewalk on Ocean Blvd.
Awesome Car, just had to take a Photo
Saturday, March 3, 2012
- The annual Cal State Long Beach Pow Wow will demonstrate the university's strong American Indian presence by celebrating traditions on March 10-11, a year after the controversial article written by the Union Weekly.
The two-day celebration, held in the upper campus quad, will feature American Indian music, dance, food, and arts and crafts.
The event will be held on March 10 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and, on March 11, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission and parking are free.
Last year, a review by the Union Weekly drew backlash from the Native American community for comments made by then-campus editor Noah Kelly. The comments included "Indian tacos? What the f--k are Indian tacos?" and "Even the homeless have hats and cups," referring to donations tossed on the ground by onlookers during traditional dance ceremonies.
In the following issue, Kelly offered an apology stating, "What occurred was nothing less than a lapse in fact-finding, cultural awareness and sensitivity on my part."
Anna H. Nazarian-Peters, Student Life and Development coordinator, said that the article written by Kelly should have been printed in the opinions section and not the news section of the paper.
This year, the American Indian Student Council will have a booth with press packets full of information on the Pow Wow.
"[The Pow Wow] is a very family-oriented event," Nazarian-Peters said. "It's a social gathering, it's a dance."
According to Craig Stone, professor of American Indian studies and art, and adviser to the Pow Wow committee, the
American Indian studies program at CSULB is the oldest of its kind west of the Mississippi.
"We are proud of our students who not only excel in their studies but dedicate countless hours to organizing the Pow Wow and other campus events," Stone said.
Food vendors will be selling contemporary and authentic foods, like mutton, Navajo tacos, Indian burgers, beef stew and fry bread.
Gourd dancing, performed by both male and female dancers in a circular arena, will begin at 11 a.m. both days.
For an official schedule of events and additional information, visit the CSULB Pow Wow website at csulb.edu/powwow.