What’s up everyone. In case you didn’t know, our family owns and operates a small online boutique called WoodyThings.com where we offer personalized, wooden items ranging from decorative birdhouses to retirement chest and barware. So every now and again you’ll find me doing a review for a tool we typically use in our workshop. That’s where this review comes in.
As we make items that require us to drill or screw in tight spaces (easy now!) we found that having a small, handheld [powered] screwdriver is a lifesaver! For the past few years I’ve defaulted to the ‘man up!’ strategy and just used a screwdriver. Well, after several hundred boxes and much cussing when I can’t quite reach the angle or torque needed, I caved and decided to pick up a hand-held, powered screwdriver. Continue reading “SCREW IT! Ryobi 4V Screwdriver Review”→
This summer feels like it flew by. Between doing a bit of fishing, driving the kids to outdoor track and field, volunteering at community events, going camping and of course, working, this summer was here and gone before we knew it! But a few weeks before summer escaped us we managed to take a two-some three-day getaway to one of our favorite areas, Hudson Valley, New York.
I don’t care if its Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter… I love me some warm, tender, juicy beef stew draped over white rice. Well, I found a Slow Cooker Beef Bourguignon recipe on Pinterest, and decided to give it a try.
I changed a few recipe details, so feel free to do the same according to your taste. For instance, this recipe is for a slow cooker, but we made ours in a pressure cooker because we didn’t start cooking early enough. #LifeHappens. The pressure cooker recipe takes about 1-hour to cook, about 20 minutes of prep time. Continue reading “Pressure Cooker Crock Pot Beef Bourguignon”→
Quick rant. Coach McAdoo hasn’t mcAdone nothing about our offense in three years. He’s been in New York since the 2015
season, and he was responsible for the offense for all of these years. Here’s the rub… the Giant’s offensive line is offensive. They aren’t opening running lanes, the quarterback has zero time to make reads and throw the football, and the running game has yet to kick in after all these years.