Powered a Clock with a Lemon (193/366)

“What is a scientist after all? It is a curious man looking through a keyhole, the keyhole of nature, trying to know what’s going on.” ~ Jacques Yves Cousteau

Had Mulligatawny (192/366)

Elaine: Mulligatawny? Kramer: Yes, it’s a delightful Hindu concoction simmered to perfection by one of the great soup artisans in the modern era. Elaine: Who, the Soup Nazi? Kramer: He’s not a Nazi, Elaine. He just happens to be a little eccentric. Most geniuses are.

Baked with Thomas Keller’s C4C Gluten-Free Flour (191/366)

“Pizza, pizza, in my tummy!  Me so hungry!  Me so hungry!” ~ Britta, “Community”

Eaten a “Macaroni & Corn Pancake” (190/366)

“Food for the body is not enough. There must be food for the soul.” ~ Dorothy Day

Tasted a Chicharones Krispy Bar (189/366)

“It’s a pork fat thing!” ~ Emeril Lagasse

Joined the Instructables Website (188/366)

“Other kids did drugs; I did crafts. I never knew where I fit in.” ~ Kathie Lee Gifford

Baked a Plum Pie (187/366)

“Little Jack Horner sat in the corner, eating a Christmas pie; He put in his thumb, and pulled out a plum, and said ‘What a good boy am I!’” ~ “Little Jack Horner,” nursery rhyme

Grilled with a FireWire (186/366)

“Man is a tool-using animal. Without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all.” ~ Thomas Carlyle

Visited San Francisco’s Legion of Honor (185/366)

“Art consists of limitation. The most beautiful part of every picture is the frame.” ~ G.K. Chesterson

Had “Foie Five Ways” (184/366)

“You can shape it into anything you want,” he said. “You can sauté it, you can serve it cold, you can serve it hot, you can cook it at high heat.” ~ Chef Michael Ginor

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