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Thursday, April 19, 2012


Leblanc Séverin3D
Séverin Leblanc is a graphic designer from Lille working on several media - paper, video, textile – and with various techniques – from vintage collage to 3D. Influenced by hip hop culture just as much as by electro, he has also developed a taste for interfaces, architecture, and the codes of industrial design.

Quote by Alan Cohen
"Don't postpone joy until you have learned all of your lessons. Joy is your lesson."

The poinsettia's red petals are actually leaves.
1986, Ted Nugent made a $10 million bid to buy Muzak so he could close down the company. His offer was rejected.
In 10th-century Burma, King Theinhko ate a farmer’s cucumbers without permission. The farmer killed the king and took the throne. Graffiti come from 1st century Pompeii, where messages like “I don’t want to sell my husband” and “Successus was here,” were written on walls. William Wrigley originally started in the baking powder business. With his powder, he gave a free pack of his gum. He later abandoned the baking powder business when he learned that people were buying it just to get the gum.
There are some flowers that you can actually eat.
read about them here

Cheesy Tex-Mex Rice with Olives and Green Peppers

Makes about 8 cups or 8-10 servings
4 cups cooked and cooled rice (either brown or white rice is equally good here)

1 1/2 cups (6 oz) cheddar cheese

1 green pepper, diced small

1 16-oz can diced tomatoes and their juices (I like roasted tomatoes in this recipe)

1 cup fresh or frozen corn1

2.25-oz can black olives, minced (about 1/2 cup minced)

1-3 teaspoons chili powder, to taste

1-3 teaspoons salt, to tasteOptional Extras

: 1-2 diced sausage links,

1 cup shredded chicken,

1 cup black beans

Combine all the ingredients in a big bowl, starting with one teaspoon each of the chili powder and salt (you can adjust later to taste). Stir until everything is evenly mixed, squishing the tomatoes against the side of the bowl as you go.
Set a cast-iron or nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add the rice mix and spread it evenly over the bottom of the pan. Cook for 30-40 minutes, stirring every five minutes. Be patient and don't be tempted to stir more frequently!
The cheese will melt and start to form a burnt-looking crust on the bottom of the pan. Every time you stir, scrape up this crust and mix it back into the rice. The whole dish will gradually pick up a deep, almost chocolate-like flavor from the seared cheese. (If you actually smell or see smoke, turn down the heat a little or scrape a little more frequently.) Taste it every so often during cooking and stir in more salt or chili powder as needed.
Let the rice cool a little before serving. The flavors are really at their best when the dish is slightly warmer than room temperature and it's even better the second day.http://www.thekitchn.com/potluck-side-dish-recipe-chees-148634

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