Today I’m opening up a new gaming site I’ve put together, called foogaming.com. The goal of the site is to keep up with the latest gaming news, provide honest reviews and interesting articles, give you instant gameplay video (no cutscenes or CGI renders!), and quality screenshots to enjoy. For the grand opening, we have a bunch of articles for you to check out:
Otherwise known as green gram or mung beans, these things are amazing. I’ve had them before, of course, mostly the canned variety, in stir fries (or what we Americans pass off as stir fry.) However, it wasn’t until yesterday that I had them fresh. My roommate’s brother came by with a dish full of them. They hadn’t sprouted yet. He watered them, drained them, and kept them at room temperature. He kept watering and draining them, and after about the third day, they were bursting, pressing up against the lid. It was pretty neat.
I couldn’t get over how good they were just plain, as a snack. They’d also be great with alfalfa sprouts (which I love a lot, too) sprinkled over a salad, or even included in a sandwich. I’ll definitely be buying these any chance I get.
I present to you the perfect cheeseburger (get a kleneex for the tears.)
From Chubby Hubby:
I love learning new things, adding skills to my repertoire of moves, expanding my LifeResume if you will. The more I know, the more independent I become in life, and independence is good. I discovered WikiHow, and I’m in learning nirvana. WikiHow is described as:
a collaborative writing project to build the world’s largest how-to manual. With your contributions, we can create a free resource that helps people by offering clear, concise solutions to the problems of everyday life. wikiHow currently contains 5576 articles written, edited, and maintained primarily by volunteers. Please join us by writing a new page, or editing a page that someone else has started.
For example, I discovered how to: