Around the Internet Kitchen: The Geek Bus

This weekend I’m off for a quick trip to New York City to visit some friends from college. I usually try to make it up there at least once a year, but it’s definitely been over a year since my last trip.

The sad part about this trip is that I’m really excited about the actual bus ride. Total geek alert: I’m taking the new Bolt bus that has free WiFi. Yea that’s right, I’ll be blogging and busing at the same time baby.

I wish I could express to you how excited I am to have WiFi on a bus, but I don’t think it’s possible with words. I promise you that when I boot up my computer and see those green bars, there will be a WIFI FIST PUMP.

I liked how the poll worked last week. It was fun to see what people wanted and resulted in an awesome soup dish that I wouldn’t have normally made. I like to keep the options pretty broad. Also, if you have a suggestion for a dish to include in a future poll, just leave a comment or shoot me an email. The spicy option is from a comment from last week’s edition.

Now for a few links!

Table of Condiments – I think I’ve seen this before somewhere, but it’s worth relinking. Basically, it’s a table that lists most common condiments and how long they will keep in your fridge. If someone could make a fridge magnet version of this, I would buy it or at least except one as a gift (hint). (@ Lifehawker)

Patriotic Jello – So 4th of July is just around the corner and I know you are looking for something interesting to make. This looks pretty cool and would be a hit with the kids. For the adult variety, I recommend vodka. (@ Recipe Girl)

Beef Wellington – An awesome walk through on this interesting and delicious dish. I’m not sure who first thought to take a beef tenderloin, coat it in mushrooms and then roll it in puff pastry. Whoever it is though, I love them. (@ Simply Recipes)

Have a good weekend everybody! Don’t forget FATHER’S DAY!

Photo by Kaysha.

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