Author Archives: SJ
For a while now I’ve been reading about this new AI tech where if I input a few words, or a description of a scene, the AI can then render something unique based on my description. Here are a few … Continue reading
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Pasta Primavera -w- Jackfruit
Pasta Primavera from the recipe below, my only real tweaks were to add fresh habanero and jalapeño (for some zing) to the mix of garlic, onion, zucchini, tomato, bell pepper, jackfruit, spinach, basil, and cilantro (instead of oregano). Added some … Continue reading
Man plans, and God laughs.
Some days I like to believe that I am not a stubborn man. That in and of itself is me being stubborn. Over many years and trials, I have learned to bend. Recently though I’ve come to discover that while … Continue reading
Espresso Rubbed Chuck Roast & Mujadara
Combined one of my favorite vegetarian dishes (mujadara) with one of my favorite carnivore treats for an absolutely epic dinner. Rubbed the chuck roast with mustard as a binder, generously coated it with my dad’s espresso rub, let it sit … Continue reading
Veggie Chili with Homemade Cornbread
Cool weather calls for chili, in this case 3 bean vegetarian chili with homemade southern style cornbread. Added black, red kidney, and garbanzo beans, corn, Chipotle, diced tomatoes, my own seasoning and a can of Hop Dang Diggity IPA to … Continue reading
Vegetarian Peanut Butter “Chicken”
Made this the other day, came out fantastic. I started with this recipe: Quick Easy Peanut Butter Chicken and tweaked it a bit. For starters I obviously did not use actual chicken but a bag of Gardein Chicken Tenders (vegan … Continue reading
Mujadara -w- Spiced Yogurt
My latest #vegetarian meal from scratch, #mujadara with spiced yogurt. I’ve never cooked with lentils before and this absolutely delicious dish opened up entirely new culinary doors for me. I combined two recipes to get here, one of the most … Continue reading
Count your blessings, not your complaints.
Being a saved sinner, and having spent my formative years in New York, I’d have to say at points in my life my grumble-per-minute rate was excessively high. How many opportunities do we have each day to see or experience … Continue reading
Picture it, Warwick, 2019.
As I’ve gone over in this blog a couple times, I was saved by giving my life to Christ back in 2019. Through a string of events only He could have tied together, I walked into a new church where … Continue reading
Happy Father’s Day.
I am not certain if it was just my own perception this year, but it felt like every where I turned I saw a father’s day advertisement. TV. Radio. Internet. SPAM. It was inescapable. I don’t think I saw nearly … Continue reading
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