Bolgogi Tacos — thank God for Han Ah Reum! For about 10 bucks total, you can buy a package of pre-marinated Korean bbq beef (bolgogi), an onion, some hot pepper paste and some tortillas. Fry up the beef (make sure to drain the water/juice or else the meat gets rubbery), dice the onion, slather red pepper paste on a tortilla and stuff in the filling!
so easy & delicious. [& a great hit!]
what you’ll need:
- 6 cups of Rice Chex (or Chocolate Chex) cereal
- 1 bag (12oz) white vanilla baking chips (2 cups)
- 1/3 cup coarsely crushed peppermint candy canes (approx. 12 miniature)
1. Line cookie sheet with foil or waxed paper. Place cereal in large bowl.
2. In microwaveable bowl, microwave white vanilla baking chips uncovered on high for about 1 minute 30 seconds, until chips can be stirred smooth. Stir in half crushed peppermint candy.
3. Pour over cereal; toss to evenly coat. Spread mixture in single layer on cookie sheet. Immpediately sprinkle with remaining candy. Let stand until set (about 20 minutes). Gently break up coated cereal.
Darlington, MD — With zombie apocalypse preparation becoming more and more mainstream, Reed Street Productions decided to capitalize on the theme.
Run For Your Lives (http://www.runforyourlives.com) is a 5k race series unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. The race involves hordes of humans dodging well-dressed zombies trying to grab their flag football flags (see: life gauge), over 3.1 miles. Throughout the 5k, runners experience obstacles that they must hurdle, climb, dive under or wade through or else they do not receive their coveted RFYL medal upon race completion.
Lifers enjoyed the race, the after party and especially the zombies. For more action from the event, visit RFYL on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/run.for.your.lives, where you’ll find photos and videos of the Baltimore event.
Brains. It’s what’s for dinner.