While discussing the Frozen-Tarzan connection theory with the other contributors at GeekDad, I came up with the notion of pinning down when each Disney movie may have taken place. The result is the Ultimate Disney Timeline.
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/comprehensive-disney-timeline/
I’m not nostalgic for much about the ’80s; the graphic design and fashion trends were hideous, the music was largely disposable, the movies often forgettable, but there were some great things about the ’80s. One of those was Original New York Seltzer, a delicious and refreshing beverage that seemed to suddenly vanish from the market sometime in the early ’90s.
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/original-new-york-seltzer/
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/take-the-cannoli-dip/
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/explore-the-california-missions/
So, I have another great recipe for you which comes from Portland-based blogger and awesome daughter, Ashley MacQuarrie. When my children were small, they frequently were told that “chocolate is not a breakfast food” in response to their requests for chocolatey cereals from the grocery store. I’m so glad Ashley found a way to make chocolate a reasonable choice for breakfast, or any meal, and this series would be incomplete without it.
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/chocolate-mint-protein-bars/
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/the-best-movies-you-never-heard-of-part-2/
I think a good meatloaf is not too dry, not too soft and most importantly, does not have bell peppers. I tried to make this in my slow cooker a while back, but the results were too soft, I couldn’t make a decent cold meatloaf sandwich with the leftovers. And cold meatloaf sandwich is surely one of life’s small pleasures.
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/meatloaf-with-bacon-and-barbecue-sauce/
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/oatmeal-masks-for-beautiful-skin/
Our local community center gives away food donated by local supermarkets and I picked up a 3 pound bag of oats when I was there recently. The bag was faded, battered, and taped, but I was intrigued by the challenge, so when I got home, I searched for ways to use up 3 pounds of oats before they were truly unusable. I used those oats for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even as a facial product! First, I made Cherry Chocolate Granola.
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/cherry-chocolate-granola/
Permanent link to this article: http://bluecollar-blacktie.com/maple-bacon-oatmeal/