Category Archives: Inventions

Tasty-Easy Chicken Dinner-in-a-Hurry Casserole

This is a variation of a recipe I found a long time ago that calls for hamburger instead of chicken, mushroom soup instead of celery soup, and doesn’t make you cook the tots first, so they end up mushy (and … Continue reading

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Resolving Euthyphro’s Dilemma October 16, 2012 The Humean-Platonic tripartite (Ought-Is-Belief) theory of moral knowledge May 10, 2012 Answering Jerry Coyne and Jason Thibodeau on the Euthyphro Dilemma October 29, 2011 God (is) the Golden Rule (ought) without offending Hume April 10, 2011 … Continue reading

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Facebooked food pics, with recipes

Christmas Cookie Decorating Ingredients: Sugar cookies in Christmas shapes Cream cheese cake frosting Food coloring Candy sprinkles Directions: 1.  Put cake frosting in as many bowls as you have colors. 2.  Color the cake frosting with food coloring until you’ve … Continue reading

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Mexican Mountains recipe

An old family favorite my mom found when I was a young’n:  Mexican Mountains (my recipe on Taste Book)!  It’s a do-it-yourself type of taco salad w/o the shell, and makes a great buffet-style meal at a large gathering of family … Continue reading

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Yo quiero choco-latte! :)

Choco-latte is a Mexican mocha I ‘think’ I just invented.  If nobody has it yet–why not?!!!  Sure, it could be called the Abuelita mocha, but choco-latte sounds so much more chocolattey and you don’t have to pay Abuelita to use the name.  I thought of … Continue reading

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