Gluten-Free Chocolate Muffins – Cassava Flour Only

Gluten-Free Chocolate Muffins – Cassava Flour Only

Normally I mix up a concoction of almond, coconut, tapioca, and/or arrowroot/cassava flours for gluten-free baking but it's kind of annoying, and almond flour is sooo 2019. I tried only cassava flour for this small-batch test of 6 smallish muffins. Pretty good result....

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Caramel Sauce Edit

visual: made some caramel* sauce the other day, set the edit to The Office theme song, remixed by The Hyphenate. accidentally stopped recording...

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Bagels! Plain and Cinnamon Raisin

Bagels! Plain and Cinnamon Raisin

My 3rd time making bagels. After slightly tweaking some salt/sugar/yeast ratios, I think I've got a cinnamon raisin bagel I'm content with. I started with Joshua Weissman's plain bagel recipe, then adapted techniques, tips, and recipes I've read along with a bunch of...

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Reason instructs the wise;
Experience instructs those of less understanding;
Necessity instructs the most ignorant;
Nature instructs beasts.

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Quote: Instruction

A restructured version of a quote I saw somewhere... Reason instructs the wise; Experience instructs those of less understanding; Necessity instructs the most ignorant; Nature instructs beasts.

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US Capitol Riot 2021

All those people weren't doing anything good, productive, peaceful, or patriotic. It's our country's capitol - would this have been allowed in the US at any other time without some kind of anti-threat response? What about other countries or even many of the gun-toting...

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White Afro – First Painting of 2021

White Afro – First Painting of 2021

I watched a reaction video to another video called, โ€œWhat are White People Superior At?โ€, and a quick blip of this guy caught my attention. Interesting look and silhouette with his big white afro, beard, and some glasses. So I painted him from memory. Painted in: iPad...

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Artist Statement?

Art criticism demands a specific voice and definition of your art. Many artists believe that their art must 'say something', thus fulfilling some arbitrary parameters. For those of us who studied art formally*, it's often required to pass a class or graduate....

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