Was the Real First Thanksgiving All That Real?

 Thanksgiving in America continues to be one of the most traditional holidays. It still features the original four hundred year old activities of overeating, football, and complaining about Black Friday. In the Hunter household, as […]

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Wanda Wunder Wonders About Ants

Wanda Wunder turns her fertile brain to a long-standing problem.   – Paul De Lancey, The Comic Chef, Ph.D. Check out my latest novel, the hilarious apocalyptic thriller, Do Lutheran Hunks Eat Mushrooms? It’s published by HumorOutcasts and is […]

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Before I Couldn’t Spell Ciprofloxacin … Well, I Still Can’t.

 As we enter the second month of sinus infection, hope among CDC personnel of a cure is beginning to fade. Yes, I still have that same super-powered sinus infection I wrote about several weeks before–kind […]

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Posole Rojo and O Sole Mio

Mexican Soup POSOLE ROJO INGREDIENTS – PORK 3 pounds pork shoulder or leg 60 ounces canned-garbanzo beans (aka chickpeas) 2 bay leaves 7 garlic cloves (4 more later) 3 quarts water INGREDIENTS – RED SAUCE […]

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