I've been told that deviled eggs with no mustard just aren't the same, but I love them and I have a mustard allergy. So I've come up with a recipe that as far as I can tell is close, but I can not say for sure because I can't eat deviled eggs with mustard. Try it for yourself and see, they are creamy and delicious.
6 boiled eggs
4 tbsp sour cream
1 tbsp pickle juice, or 2 1/2 tsp white vineger
1 1/2 tsp sugar
pinch of garlic salt, or salt to taste
Peel eggs, cut them in half and place yolks in a bowl. Mash the yolks, then add sour cream, pickle juice, sugar, and salt. Continue mixing until the yolks are creamy and smooth.
Spoon the yolks back into the eggs, the sprinkle with paprika and serve.
Make sure your boiled eggs are cool to the touch before you start making the deviled eggs.
Monday, November 25, 2013
My girlfriend and I went to see Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in 3D and it was amazing. If they regularly showed Doctor Who episodes in theaters I can tell you one thing, I would be very broke.
I feel like the fan base is large enough to at least show the Christmas episodes in theaters. I really hope they decide to do that someday. For me that would definitely become a holiday tradition.
Anywho, the whole experience felt sort of like a convention. There were loads of people dressed up, people wearing Tardis hats and shirts, quite a few doctors. Most of the doctors were 10's and 11's, but there were a few others. I saw a very good 4th Doctor going into the other auditorium.
I had a bunch of cybermen stickers and gave them out to people that were wearing things I liked. I learned something interesting. Quite a few people look at you weird if you try and give them something for free. Some people wouldn't even take the stickers until I told them they were stickers.
Seeing as it was a one day only event I can't very well tell you that you should go if you haven't, the day is up, but I will tell you if they ever do it again if you love Doctor Who call in sick, sell your dog, do whatever you have to do to be able to go. It is definitely one of those things that you are going to be happy to say, yes I went to that and it was awesome.
I'm going to keep this ticket stub for a scrap book or something.
My Girlfriend and I dressed as the 10th and 11th Doctors.
She was cheesing hard core
Gallifrey Falls No More!
My little pony Doctor Whooves, this makes me all kinds of smiley
How many Time Lords does it take to open a door? If you want to see deleted scene from the 50th Special you can click here. Doctor Who Deleted Scene
Thursday, November 14, 2013
When I watched World War Z it made me scream like a little girl, but not for the reasons you might think. I was just super excited to see the Doctor working for W.H.O. (World Health Organization) no one else I watched it with seemed as impressed as I was about that.
I am not a movie critic by any means, but I thought the movie was good. I do think that it will be best remembered for casting Peter Capaldi as a W.H.O. doctor though. That and the teeth clattering zombie scene.
It would be funny if the casting was unintentional, but I personally think it was done to get fan boys and girls buzzing about it all over the internet. Touche to whoever came up with that idea.
The W.H.O. Facility in World War Z
Peter Capaldi as a W.H.O. doctor.
Peter Capaldi as the Doctor in Doctor Who.
I found a place you can view the whole movie. World War Z, view for free
Here is a T.A.R.D.I.S. for no reason.