Month: September 2015

The Mighty Bowl — Rice & Bean Utopia

Sadly, Vancouver lacks fast, cheap, and healthy meal options. This is why I am grateful for The Mighty Bowl. Yes, I like things wrapped in bacon or deep fried or smoked; but, there are times when the body cries out for a healthy meal — a chance to cleanse itself. And, The Mighty Bowl is […]

How Clark County players fared, Week 4

  Here’s how Clark County players fared on the college gridiron this weekend: 2015 Clark County College football players * — has used redshirt year Carroll College Last week: Beat Montana Western 10-9 to improve to 3-1 on both the season and in Frontier Conference play. William Noce-Sheldon, Seton Catholic, Fr., QB – Will likely […]

Esoteric BBQ — Does Heaven Smell Like Smoked Meats?

The inside of the Esoteric BBQ food truck is what I expect heaven smells like if you have been very good. I mean like Ghandi good.  This food truck is mobile so you will need to follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter to get a daily updates regarding location. There are some images of the […]

E-San Thai — Food Truck & Game of Chance

Yes, Vancouver does have food trucks.  We don’t have a ton of food trucks; but, we are lucky to have some really good ones.  Some are stationary (E-San Thai) and we even have a food truck pod in Hazel Dell. In addition, according to the Trap Door Brewery website, they have lined up some of […]

How Clark County players fared: Week 3

Parker Henry’s long football journey finally arrived in the Washington State starting lineup. The Skyview graduate who rushed for 2,100 yards as a senior began his college career as a walk-on in the Palouse, where he switched to linebacker. His hard work was rewarded at the end of last season as the redshirt junior was […]

How Clark County players fared: Week 2

Another week, another busy day for Clark County athletes on the college gridiron. Evergreen grad Justice Murphy scored his first touchdown for Wyoming on a 5-yard rush. Camas grad John Norcross was Portland State’s leading tackler in a win over Idaho State. The sophomore linebacker had 13 tackles. And in Los Angeles, Union grad Trent […]

How Clark County college players fared, Week 1

The most-talked-about college football game in the Northwest this past weekend had several Clark County connections. Portland State’s upset of Washington State was a triumphant head-coaching debut for Bruce Barnum, who graduated from Columbia River High School and lives in Salmon Creek. He scored the school’s first win in 15 games against a Pac-12 opponent […]

Quick Vegetarian Pasta

I made this dish for my wife and I, we are both Type 2 Diabetics and so watch what we eat, although we could be doing a better job of it. The dish was easy to make and did not require any exotic ingredients, see the recipe below. I used only garlic as an aromatic […]

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