This is Jason and Agnieszka's corner of the internet. We'll keep people updated with our travels, culinary adventures, and general mischief that we tend to get ourselves into.

Friday, January 27, 2006

We got our grades...

Few thoughts... and some browsing links.

People should read this blog. It is written by some legal scholars (actually two gigantic titans of legal scholarship... take my word for it they are qualified for this stuff)

The Celtics made a big trade. You can read about it here. is a site that I frequent often, and I advise that you should as well.

Girls in So Cal generally dress like they just woke up from napping in a pile of cigarette butts at the brothel. I hate UGS, I hate the over sized glasses. It is sorority rush week on campus, and some of these undergrads are driving me batty. I'm not even 30 yet, and yet these girls make me want to shake my metal walker at them and flap my dentures about "the state of things, and kids today".

We get grades on Monday.

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Home made pizza

Mozzarella and tomato
Potato and onion
Artichoke hearts and prosciutto Posted by Picasa

Home made pasta

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Back by popular demand

Hot and Sour Soup from scratch with home made stock... Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Party like its 99...

We had a lot of fun on new years too. Pics here. (Aspen ski trip too)

Gaga for Panda

We went to the zoo with Owen and Eliza. Pics here. These animals definitely live a good life. The monkeys/gorillas/apes as always were my favorite. We got season passes and will be back often.

Monday, January 16, 2006

Things we made over break

  • Wonton Soup with Fried Wonton's followed by a course of air dried Five Spice Roasted Duck
  • Anchovy and Veal meatballs with Swiss Chard and potatoes roasted in duck fat
  • Hot and Sour Soup made with Aga's home made chicken stock
  • Spicy Shredded Beef over rice
  • Baked Trout with Dried Mushrooms with an appertizer of a roasted garlic crostini
But we start classes tomorrow, so back to the Ramen.

Monday, January 02, 2006

New Years Resolutions

Lets keep this simple.

  1. Letting things go when I obviously have no control. ie. Worrying about exams after they are done... worrying about past decisions... etc etc.
  2. More bodyboarding.
  3. More creative cooking.
  4. More photography, leisure reading and travel.
  5. Keeping in touch with others.
  6. Weekly blog updates

That's pretty much it. #1 will be the hardest, but the most rewarding personally, professionally, and accademically. I'm getting better at this, but I still have many many miles to go.

Last year was on the whole OK, but I'm not in the mood to wax poetic on the past. Lets just call it the year that was. 2006 is off to a great start!