I am having quesadillas tonight.
If you want to drop by.
Tumblr seems to think that when I type quesadillas, I mean to type quadrilles.
Most popular Rocktober entry to date is M for Madchester.
Least popular is a six-way tie between O, K, J, I, E and D.
O for Oi!
K for Krautrock.
J for Jazz Rock.
I for Indie Pop.
E for Electronic Rock
and D for Dance Rock.
I’m not impressed with the most recent upgrade to iTunes.
Specifically the fields for entering artist info or cover art.
Every time I enter the details in the field for the artist name, it start to autofill, and if I press the space bar to continue the name, it seems to decide that I’ve selected whatever has come up first.
Also, I used to be able to copy and paste art for obscure albums right into the artwork field, but no more.
Now I have to download a jpg and then tell iTunes to go find that on the computer.
I want to believe Bono is responsible for this because he ruins everything.
So, last night, I made this recipe I like from a book m’lady has.
I’ve probably told you about it before.
It’s long-grain brown rice (quick cooking) with green pepper, onion, garlic, cumin, chili powder, salsa and some stock all cooked up in a pot, to which I add crumbled Italian sausage.
It’s crazy stupid simple in execution and in ingredients and yet it is incredibly flavorful.
So flavorful for being so simple that it almost occupies my mind in the way a Zen koan would.
of poems handy
to ward off
or that no one
has ever felt
the way you do.
If you miss the days when Chrissie Hynde was special (special), so special, you might want to fire up your iTunes and order up the new Ex Hex album - Mary Timony’s power trio that hearkens back to a time when the Ramones wanted to sniff some glue and The Sex Pistols loved the queen.