Cooking Gumbo With Oma – A Sunday Film On Monday

Last night I did some cooking for the Super Bowl. I made a batch of my chicken and sausage gumbo. The Sunday Film Series has slowed down a bit, so I decided to made a video of the process. Why wait until next Sunday?

My latest cinematic wonder, making Chicken and Sausage Gumbo, is less than a minute:

Writing returns with the next post.


Soup Or Bowl II, The Super Bowl Live Blog

The San Francisco 49ers' Super Bowl XXIX troph...

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Good morning, it is 6:30 am, Super Bowl Sunday. I’m at work. Somewhere there is coverage of the big game on some channel. I’m not watching, yet.

This is where I’ll be blogging and responding to comments about the game, the ads and whatever else comes up. I’ll update through the day and make continuous updates throughout the game.

In response to a comment in my previous post, I am running a contest. I don’t know what the prize is, perhaps it is my deep and heartfelt respect. Here is the proposition. We all know that the opposing coaches in today’s game are brothers. Yes, same parents, raised in the same house, the whole deal. How many times will we be reminded of that fact?

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Soup Or Bowl

Woman bowling, circa 1950

Image by Center for Jewish History, NYC via Flickr

Once again, I am on call during the big game.

Potato soup

Image via Wikipedia

No party for me, so I’m going to try the live blog thing I did during jury duty a couple weeks ago.

Starting at 6:30-ish (eastern) come on by and we’ll talk about whats going on with the game and the commercials….unless you’re at a party, because that wouldn’t be cool

6:30…Could it take longer to flip a coin?

6:37 – Steelers 3 and out. Good. Normally I’d pull for them, but that whole rape thing, I’m sort of against it. Read the rest of this entry »


Hey NFL, I’ve Got Suggestions.

The new NFL logo went into use at the 2008 draft.

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It is Super Bowl week. On Sunday, millions will watch the Packers and Steelers settle weeks of buildup when they play in Super Bowl XLV. Millions more will watch just for the ads. The NFL has built a great marketing machine.

Some might label it perfect.

Even the greatest can use improvement. So, if you’re paying attention in the National Football League offices, I’ve got some ideas to help you out. Some of these can be implemented for this week’s game, but you’re going to have to get moving. Read the rest of this entry »