Annalisa M Dahlen presents: Bubble & Reek. Don’t try this at home. Closely followed by Caramel Corn.

As you may remember, I promised you a recipe for caramel corn in this week’s installment of Soulsubsistence.  Due to a cooking mishap last night in the oven, I was not able to make it and post pictures of the yummy goodness.

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Weird rice bake thing … chilli con carne mixed up with the rice. And cheese. Lots of cheese.

Um … I’m not a fan of baby food for adults, where everything is pulped together. Soup is one thing. Good chilli congealed with rice, whilst containing much of the starchy comfort factor, isn’t my best effort. However, I made it, and ate the dratted thing for three days because I didn’t think about quantities properly.

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Press This: For the Love of Money – NYTimes.com; and a minor rant about fracking

This is compelling reading. For the Love of Money – NYTimes.com. Compelling for me, because the money thing baffles me. I have never understood the perpetual grasping for money that seems to accompany the lives of people who have enough of it already.

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Nestle thinks it’s taking over the world. Is it true?

Nestle is literally stealing a country’s water. Right now.

Nestle has invaded certain areas in Pakistan in the past few years, bottling something they call Pure Life water. Ironic, when you think of small children drinking nasty brown sediment because Nestle has the clean stuff. More irony later. Sign here if you think petitions help. Sign anyway.

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