Friend's Posts

 

 

Hi, I'm Sean Reiser, I have interesting, creative, smart friends.

A number of my friends have blogs, podcasts, photo feeds and create other content on the web. Instead of a traditional blogroll, I have created a list of links to their content. This list is updated automagically as they post to their blog. None of the content here is mine, nor is it owned by me. It does not necessarily reflect my opinion nor the opinion of my clients, employers, family, friends, or entourage. Share and Enjoy!

P.S. If you're a friend of mine and want to have your posts listed here drop me a line.

Friends' Posts

After I moved to the mountains in March 2019, I've only been to NYC once, to have dinner with a friend from Calif who was visiting. Long before Covid. I don't really identify with the city much anymore. It feels far away. But it isn't far away. I was raised in Queens -- in Jackson Heights and northeast Flushing. I'm guessing people in Flushing are doing ok relative Covid, but Jackson Heights is
2 weeks 6 days ago

I whipped up this light and fluffy peanut butter bread recipe this morning and it came out terrific. When you’re craving bread for breakfast, this peanut butter bread hits the spot. Not too heavy, not too moist, it’s perfect with a glass of milk. Light and Fluffy Peanut Butter Bread My friend Theresa posted on […] The post Light and Fluffy Peanut Butter Bread appeared first on Home Garden Joy .
2 weeks 6 days ago

As Killing Eve season 3 continues, we’re all wondering what’s next after Nico’s murder. But instead of answers, it looks like we’re going to Russia instead. As Killing Eve season 3 continues, it looks as though we’re all headed to Russia to dig into Villanelle’s mysterious family. Sure, after the many dramatic events of last week’s episode, […] Killing Eve season 3 episode 5 preview: “Are You From
2 weeks 6 days ago

Recent online and Youtube debates have sprung up during Quarantine regarding comparing the different Star Wars trilogies. The Prequel Trilogy … Continue reading →
2 weeks 6 days ago

This recipe for homemade hummus with herbs not only tastes amazing, it includes three common herbs that boost immunity. It takes just a little time to whip up and you probably already have the herbs that you need growing in your garden. (If not, they’re easy to find in the grocery store). Ready to serve […] The post Homemade Hummus with Herbs appeared first on Home Garden Joy .
3 weeks ago

Murder hornets? What new horror has been unleashed on unwary gardeners? By now, you’ve heard about the icing on the cake that is 2020: murder hornets. Yes, you read that right. What the heck is a murder hornet and does it spell ecological disaster? The Asian Invasian: Murder Hornets Correctly named the Asian giant hornet […] The post Asian Murder Hornets: What Gardeners Need to Know appeared first
3 weeks 1 day ago

I had a storage unit in Berkeley with all kinds of random stuff in it. When I moved to the new house in the mountains, I had a lot of room, so I had the storage unit contents moved out here. There were a couple of cartons of backups from Living Videotext and UserLand in the 80s and 90s. I don't have hardware to read any of them, but I'd love to back them up somewhere like the Computer History
3 weeks 1 day ago

Another season of Westworld is in the books, which means more twists and more questions than ever before. Here are the biggest moments from the season 3 finale. Is anyone surprised that the final episode of Westworld season 3 was a wild ride? “Crisis Theory” had everything we’ve come to expect from a season ender for this […] The 5 most insane moments from the Westworld season 3 finale - Culturess
3 weeks 3 days ago

OK, so this is a good news/bad news post. GOOD NEWS! The Princess Bride is not going to be remade. (Not yet.) BAD NEWS! Your favorite movie is going to be remade. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow but soon…and for the rest of your life, there will be a remake of your favorite film, […]
3 weeks 3 days ago

This whole-food, plant-based recipe features three cans of simple ingredients available at any grocery store, a few chops of onion, and voila – done! It couldn’t be easier! It tastes delicious on its own or layered over lettuce for a jazzy touch to your favorite salad. Plant-Based Recipe that Tastes Great What is a plant-based […] The post Plant-Based Recipe – South of the Border Salad appeared
3 weeks 4 days ago