Look, Ma! No bowl.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Look, Ma! No bowl.
When you’re pairing wines with foods, you don’t want the same flavors in the wines and foods. You want them to complement each other. That means a food that doesn’t overwhelm the wine and a wine that doesn’t overwhelm the food. Even when the food in question is a Girl Scout Cookie.
Legos, the Kansas City Royals and getting ready for the summer theater season
When did meat and potatoes become an edible pejorative?
The other night, my husband and I cozied up on the couch. I poured myself a glass of wine, and we turned on “The Tonight Show” to watch Jimmy Fallon host for the first time. I’m not a huge Jimmy Fallon fan; he seems a little plastic to me. But all it took was the name Will Smith to catch my attention. With U2 as the musical guest, Thad and I were both excited. (When asked what celebrity we want to meet, he usually answers Bono, and I always say Will Smith. We’re not fancy.)
Kip Niven has played a diverse array of characters in his 40-plus years as an actor. He says his latest role, as legendary University of Kansas basketball coach Forrest “Phog” Allen in the film “Jayhawkers,” is the best so far.
Is there wisdom in taking extra measures to protect our religious rights of discrimination and bigotry?
Sometimes even the worst situations can be turned into opportunities for deliciousness.
Does the thought of a bowl of tomato soup and a grilled cheese sandwich on a cold winter’s day make you smile?
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My list of self-praise: I’m so proud of my body! My legs are amazing. My abs are totally rocking the house. Don’t even get me started on how flipping awesome my arms are. And my moves? Oh, my heavens, my moves are simply divine. I should post a selfie.
I once posted this Facebook update: “Jill is about to explore the mysteries of spaghetti squash.”
Cast auditions for The Theatre In the Park’s 2014 season will be held March 1 and 2.
“What’s the capital of Alabama?”
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