I am an Apple fan … but that doesn’t mean that I don’t think this is funny!
Harvest — this highly rated $2 app tells you how to select produce, when it is ripe, and how to store it when you get it home. Sounds simple, but I am constantly looking this stuff up, and sometimes having to do so on my iPhone at Whole Foods. This is much faster than Googling it. Now, if only someone could figure out a way for me to hold the iPhone while getting the avocados into those darn staticky plastic bags …
Coming soon … olive oil muffins with golden raspberries and a lemon glaze.
Wouldn’t you know it: as soon as I finally start this site, I take a day off of my recent cooking binge. I possess neither ingredients that add up to anything I want to eat, nor the energy to acquire the same. So, instead, I will pontificate upon the Apple TV, from a different perspective than I’ve seen in any of the many Apple and technology-focused sites in my RSS reader. Let me wreck the ending for you: I have one of the new Apple TVs. It is my first one. I vaguely remember a past Apple TV announcement that led me to excitedly calling the nearby Apple Store and having one put on hold — but upon reflection, I let it pass. This time, I ordered it online, thinking I might cancel the order during the four week delay between the announcement and the delivery. But instead, delivered it was, and I’m not sorry to have it. Continue reading