This week we learn that Mike is a hockey fan, and he is not pleased with the NHL Network on Cable. And we talk about bees and beekeeping, and bee swarming and why you want to avoid swarms in your hives. Then we digress into many tangents. Like earthquakes and basement insurance, back up sump pumps and more.
Our song of the week is Sweet July by Natalie Gelman. You can hear more of Natalie Gelman's music on her site, www.nataliegelman.com, and order her CD . You can follow her on Twitter here http://twitter.com/nataliegelman Find her on Facebook here Watch her on YouTube here Find her on MySpace here AND buy her music on iTunes here
The sardine recipe that started Eric eating them is from Mark Bittman's Minimalist column here
You can learn more about WREXLabs, Reverse Engineering Experimental Labs Where we take things apart and see how they work!
The Beer Cooler Sous Vide recipe for steak can be seen in this video on GardenFork.TV
Eric's Carbonara Recipe Show is here, and you can see why carbonara is easy and tastes great.
To learn how to repair the power cord on your power tool, watch how Eric does it on this video
You guys are right. Be careful with your AC unit. Jim busted something while using the weed wacker around it.
Mike, I have an awesome recipe for jerk chicken. It's very easy and great to make.
Great! Post it here!
Ok Mike, I got this recipe a long time ago.
1/2 cp scallions
2 tsp thyme
2 tsp salt
1 tsp allspice
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp pepper
1/2 cp soy sauce
4 tsp olive oil
Lots and lots of hot peppers. (The original author used a measurement for heat related to your butt)
I start at about 7 diced jalepanos and see how spicy and flavorful it is. If I need more, I'll add more. It's kind of a personal taste thing.
When I was a little girl I remember my grandfather would crush eggshells and save his coffee grounds. He would then work it into the soil around his tomato plants. I had forgotten that until you mentioned tomatoes and coffee grounds. I can't tell you how the tomatoes came out, but he was quite religious about using using them (he was an old farmer from Ireland).