Brain is sloggy. Got back in last night from MarsCon, had a good time, very nice people, but of course still pretty wiped out. Fell asleep during Iron Chef America and slept like the drugged dead for about nine hours. Got up, got on exercise bike, showered, fell into chair. Suspect consciousness is purely illusory. […]
First of all, KUEC #18 — the breakfast show — is live! We drink before noon (because we love you!) and eat some odd foods, and I pet a bagel. Also available on iTunes Second, and I know you’ve been waiting awhile on this one–Black Dogs 2: The Mountain of Iron is coming out January […]
There’s porn in Good Housekeeping, right? In which we cover champagne, a rant or two, haggis-flavored potato chips, and my not-particularly-secret crush on Cat Cora. Also, there is frozen food. Also available on iTunes!
I…think I just had an erotic dream about Alton Brown. *cough* ON THAT NOTE…somewhat belatedly because I was pulling staples last night and didn’t remember to post, there’s a new Kevin and Ursula Eat Cheap! We explore the terrifying notion of Lutheran-Indian fusion cuisine, drink cheap wine, and eat substandard food. There are frozen pot […]
“Show me the tentacles! I see no tentacles!” In which we cover such wide-ranging topics as $.97 instant mashed potatoes, why there is a cow skull on the table, what to do when you find a human skeleton at the flea market, how Ursula is like a Sarlacc, and eat a bunch of mostly bad […]
Episode 10 : “Possibly the soybeans were circumcised.” (Also available on iTunes) In which we raid the aisles of Fresh Market, test to see if Liquid Aminos seasoning really does make you ageless, and reflect on blimp hangars, soy sauce, and lotioning up the beagle.
“That’s pretty badass! And unsanitary!” In which we tackle a Hungry-Man dinner, among others, discuss why I am not allowed to have a heritage turkey, and call for the legalization of bacon.
“It burns when I pee!” This week we eat an MRE sent in by a reader, review microwave meatloaf, pad thai, and kimchee, and briefly explore CIA cuisine, why I don’t backpack any more, and the poetry of Rudyard Kipling.