Monthly Archives: August 2016

Characterizing Ingredients

If a pepper is compared to an avocado, an onion, and a garlic clove, somehow all become identified as vegetables. Making fajitas? Maybe the fresh cilantro, the spices, and even the lime could be lumped into that veggie group. In … Continue reading

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The Nature of Untruth

In the spirit of election campaign promises, accusations, claims, and denials, it is useful to explore what exactly constitutes an untruth. Given your position as an Assessment Professional involved in property tax appeal hearings, you are well equipped as an … Continue reading

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Short Stack

Not the whole thing, just a portion. Less syrup and butter compared to regular or large size, yet homemade and really good. A smaller serving that tastes great and still requires a napkin and a fork… all the essential elements … Continue reading

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