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Pizzaissance!

Posted by on July 2nd, 2014, under NOTEBOOK

I have been designing pizzas in my mind since I was a very little boy living in San Francisco. While everyone else was eating macro-chaotic, mega-veggie, orange peel pizzofu or whatever, I craved the real deal. Finn had an idea to make this little video. Such a rad, little writer! You see, my childhood heroes […]

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“Mix” : Convos With My 2-Year-Old

Posted by on May 9th, 2014, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

All my sons have “cooked” for me and I totally did this with my mom, too. One of my creations had cat food in it. I think I got off lucky with the things I’ve been bullied with cuteness into tasting. Subscribe to ConvosWith2YrOld to follow the series. (Liking, favoriting and commenting helps videos on […]

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My Wife Just Said… #139

Posted by on December 19th, 2013, under "MY WIFE JUST SAID..."

“What am I making for dinner tonight? Reservations.” -Elizabeth   When a single day feels like a week, it’s like you’ve practically earned the right to not cook six times over, right? In these cases, it’s really just best for everyone’s health if the chef’s special for dinner is takeout or reservations at a restaurant. […]

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Mad Science, Potions and Cat Food

Posted by on December 5th, 2011, under NOTEBOOK

My son, Lucas, recently reminded me of something from my own childhood. Though oddly, something has happened to a lot of these memories of being a kid since having kids. The perspective of parenthood can shed a really different, very bright light on memories. My parents gave me a very free hand as a kid. […]

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Chocolate-Chipless Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

Posted by on August 25th, 2011, under NOTEBOOK

Cooking with your kids is fun. Baking is funner. Why? Because it’s all the fun of cooking without the stress of hot pans, flame and sharp blades near or in the hands of your children. FYI, burns and open wounds can seriously blunt the enjoyment of good family times and the satisfaction of a teaching […]

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