Tastefully Simple

13 Dec 18
VNSalesman R&R

Kana ~Imouto~ is a visual novel developed by Digital Objet, Regista, and Takayashiki  Development. This was released for the PC in 1999 (in Japan). The version of the game that I will be reviewing is the JAST edition that was localized in 2015. Minimal spoilers in this review, but I will avoid anything that reveals […]

12 Dec 18

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12 Dec 18
Hey Nineteen

5 steps to recovery.

11 Dec 18
WristReview-Timeless News

BY DHANANJAY PATHAK Crowdfunding platforms have given the watchmaking industry a new lease of life by providing young brands an opportunity to bring their creative ideas and designs to fruition. And while the overall process is certainly not cumbersome, the relative ease of participation also gives rise to immense competition and only brands that offer […]

11 Dec 18
The Boardgame Detective

  Following on from my previous unboxing is the next game in the Tokyo Series by designer Jordan Draper – Tokyo Jutaku! Players become emerging architects in Tokyo, fighting in real time to build the most successful designs, whilst still abiding by strict building requirements. 1-8 Players | 10 – 30 Minutes | Designed by Jordan […]

10 Dec 18
free maktaba

Walter Elias Disney ( December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry, he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer, Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards earned by an individual, having won […]

09 Dec 18
Annie Louise Brown

Pleasant Hill, Kentucky is peaceful today. The air has a cold bite characteristic of the end of November, but the day is sunny, without a cloud in the sky. The Meeting House and the Centre Family Dwelling, the two largest buildings in the center of the village facing each other, stand proudly as construction workers […]

07 Dec 18
Inside the Magic

Add some Disney magic to your holiday home this season with amazing works of art by Thomas Kinkade. Now through December 10, you can save big on all items from the Thomas Kinkade Disney Dreams collection during their holiday sale. Thomas Kinkade Studios is offering 20% off all Disney home décor, gifts, and collectibles, as […]

07 Dec 18
Masala chai: Musings about little people

Memories of my mother Are you old enough to remember receiving hot, freshly cooked meals in snugly-fitting, multi-tiered containers at school? I still recall the thrill of rolling down the ringed edges to catch the first fragrance of a fresh roti and sabzi or rajmah-chawal, maybe aloo-ka-parathas and butter…….or whatever it was that my mother […]

07 Dec 18
Closet Memoirs

During my pre-New Yorker days as a Starbucks barista, I was latte-ing away when a simple coffee order turned into a side conversation about the lipstick I was wearing. As you could imagine, the idea of anyone TELLING me what to wear (aka abiding by a uniform, following corporate standards, whatever) never settled too well […]

07 Dec 18
Simply Dishing

  Want to host some people for a Hanukkah dinner this weekend and not sure where to start? I’ve got simple recipes for brisket and latkes to get you started. Full recipes with pictures of the process will be posted below. And, I’ve got a printable with the recipes and the shopping list. This brisket […]

06 Dec 18
The Reluctant Book Worm

I stay in Park Slope and for the longest time, I did not understand a strange pedestrian phenomenon that was observable outside my apartment. People walking down the street from one direction mostly scowl at me and people walking from the other direction invariable wave and nod at me. I put this down to my […]