Monday, January 31, 2011

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Angel Hair Pasta with Artichokes, Olives, Tomatoes, and Capers

I was craving a light pasta for dinner so I looked in the cupboard to see what I had on hand. I found artichoke hearts, black olives, grape tomatoes, capers, garlic, and basil so I tossed them together with angel hair pasta, olive oil, and Parmesan cheese. This dish was light, flavorful, and a huge hit with all of us. My son especially loved it and had two servings. It took only minutes to make

Angel Hair Pasta with Artichokes, Olives, Tomatoes, and Capers

I was craving a light pasta for dinner so I looked in the cupboard to see what I had on hand. I found artichoke hearts, black olives, grape tomatoes, capers, garlic, and basil so I tossed them together with angel hair pasta, olive oil, and Parmesan cheese. This dish was light, flavorful, and a huge hit with all of us. My son especially loved it and had two servings. It took only minutes to make


As you probably know, I haven't had alot of time or inclination for cooking lately, with  my dear Mom's illness, hosting family members, and Mom's subsequent death and all that goes with that.  So, we were eating store bought vegan foods more often.  I saw Gardein's vegan "Meatless Chicken Breasts" (packaged for the President's Choice Blue Menu brand [Canadian], 8 in a box with no sauce-- Tal Ronnen uses them in his cookbook) in the freezer section at out local Superstore, and decided to get a box to keep for quick meals for the 2 of us.

 They have a rather alarmingly real look and texture!

 Only 150 calories and 3 g fat per piece

I've mostly used them in an Italian manner, with a light sauce of wine or fresh lemon juice, olive oil, broth, mushrooms and herbs.  We have enjoyed them that way.  They have a really chicken-like texture, but not alot of flavor.  In my opinion, they need a good sauce!

The other night I had to make something quickly, and as I've been reading alot about Peruvian cooking and other South American cooking, I  recalled a well-known (and delicious) potato recipe called Papas ala Huancaina (or Huancaya).  I thought that the sauce would be a good foil for the Gardein product, since it is both creamy and spicy.  Unfortunately, it can be very high in fat (some recipes calling for 1 cup of oil, on top of cheese and evaporated milk!), and we're trying to lose that winter weight!  So, I made quite a few substitutions!  That's why I'm calling it "Huancaina-Inspired"!  When I have time, I'm going to work on a version that is a little closer to the original, but still not so high in fat.

It is quite delicious, and I thought it was super-yummy on the Gardein "chicken breasts" with the addition of a sprinkling of chopped roasted peanuts.  I served it simply with salad and a sweet potato, but rice and/or steamed yellow potatoes would be more traditional (rice is ubiquitous with most Peruvian meals).  Oh, and just follow the directions on the package for stove-top cooking.  It takes about 10 minutes.

Papas a la Huancaina (or Huancayo) are served like this: On each serving plate, place a lettuce leaf.  Place a steamed Yukon Gold potato (still hot) on each lettuce leaf. Place 3 black (kalamata or Alfonso) olives, 2 chunks of cooked sweet potato, 2 chunks of cooked corn on the cob, and 2 or 3 chunks of  Potted Tofu  (or commercial "Tofu Feta") around the potato.  Coat the potatoes with the sauce, distributing evenly.  Garnish with strips of pepper and chopped roasted peanuts.  Serve immediately.

Yield: 2 cups
This may be a bit thinner than the traditional sauce-- I don't like my sauces too thick.

1 cup nondairy milk
1/2 cup extra-firm SILKEN tofu OR regular medium-firm tofu, crumbled
1/2 cup water
3 tablespoons unbleached flour 
2 tablespoons nutritional yeast flakes
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 to 3 teaspoons aj� amarillo paste (Peruvian hot yellow pepper sauce) (NOTE: if you cannot get aj amarillo paste, use Sriracha hot sauce instead)
OPTIONAL: a little (about 1/2 teaspoon) turmeric to make the sauce more yellow-- the aj amarillo will make the sauce yellow, but, if you don't like it spicy, you might not use enough to make it yellow.  As you can see from my photo, I didn't use turmeric.
1/2 a medium onion, minced finely and saut�ed until soft in a little olive oil
the juice of approximately 1/2 a lemon (or to taste)
freshly ground black pepper to taste  

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Either way, stir in the saut�ed onion, lemon juice and pepper to taste, and serve hot.


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iPad magazine success? Make it as little like a magazine as possible

Apparently the way for magazines to be successful in a world ruled by the iPad is to be as little like a magazine as possible, at least according to Eric Schonfeld at TechCrunch.If I were creating an iPad mag it wouldn�t look like a magazine at all. It would look more like a media app, and there wouldn�t be any subscription or even distinct issues. New content would appear every time you opened

Postal workers union files for conciliation in negotiations with Canada Post

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has filed for conciliation in its negotiations with the government of Canada. According to a statement from Canada Post, A conciliator, once appointed under the provisions of the Canada Labour Code, meets with both side and attempts to reconcile issues at the bargaining table. The conciliation process can take a maximum of 60 days, after which either

Hearst buys Lagard�re international magazine portfolio for �651 million

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Ubiquity: Wherever you Ride, There You Are

Webster's dictionary defines "ubiquitous" as follows:

ubiq�ui�tous adj \y�-'bi-kw?-t?s\ : being all over the freaking place : like, everywhere : an especially pungent form of hummus [a ubiquitous outbreak of herpes]

And when it comes to ubiquity, nobody embodies this quality like the time-traveling t-shirt-wearing retro-Fred from the planet Tridork, who a number of readers in the UK have informed me has finally scored his first magazine cover:

They say once you've done a Digital Photography Enthusiast cover stardom is all but assured, so from here on in all he has to do is keep his flavor-saver down, hold on tight to those clip-on aeorobars, and let the offers roll in. I predict that he'll be on every billboard in America (or, if you prefer, Canada's flavor-saver) in a "fortnight," which Webster's defines as follows:

fort�night noun \'f?rt-?nit\: a pretentious two weeks : a night you spend in a fort [in a fortnight the time-traveling t-shirt-wearing retro-Fred from the planet Tridork will be ubiquitous in Canada's flavor-saver]

By the way, if you'd like to know what that issue of Digital Photography Enthusiast looks like in its natural newsstand setting, here it is courtesy of one reader, complete with a pair of disembodied hands:

Presumably as I type this, thousands of digital photography enthusiasts are enjoying a similar view as they peruse it on the toilet. And as for the question of whether the person who took the above photo is himself a digital photography enthusiast, it all depends on what he was thinking as he shot it. If he thought to himself, "Hey, I'm really enjoying this!" then I guess that would make him an enthusiast, but if he thought, "I can't wait to get this over with and check out that issue of Sky and Telescope" then that puts him squarely in the digital photography indifferentist camp. As for Sky and Telescope, I'm pretty sure what to expect for the cover of next month's issue:

Incidentally, Sky and Telescope is a magazine so nerdy it makes Bicycling look like Vice, and the typical subscriber probably spends hours a day watching the skies for evidence of life on other planets, having long ago abandoned the far more elusive search for a date.

Speaking of fruitless searches, as you're no doubt aware there is considerable unrest in Egypt right now, and as the story continues to unfold I've become increasingly concerned about the well-being of those fixed-gear riders who went there to look for the pyramids:

(Where are the pyramids? I must inflate them with my floor pump!)

Granted, at least one of them is wearing a truly "epic" helmet, but I fear that may not be enough to protect him. Indeed, in these turbulent times, whenever I read about trouble in any far-flung corner of the globe (insasmuch as globes can have corners, which is not at all), my mind immediately goes to the fixie crew that is undoubtedly trapped there. This is because, in the past few years, undertaking poorly-planned "epic" fixed-gear journeys to remote destinations and filming them has become the fixed-gear equivalent of a trip to Sandals, and there is scarcely a country left where one of these ill-conceived theme vacations is not underway. Once upon a time, the sun never set on the British Empire--now it never sets on some hipster with a track bike, a giant messenger bag, and a video camera. So ubiquitious is the phenomenon that the State Department even issues fixed-gear travel advisories now:

Fixed-gear filmmakers are like missionaries, spreading the Gospel of Self-Importance to exotic peoples with far more pressing concerns. Skid-patch calculation will surely be remembered as the navel-gazing of the 21st century.

This is not to say that you should refrain from taking cycling vacations--just make sure the place you're going is safe, and also think carefully about your equipment selection. For example, when traveling long distances, you might want to leave the bike designed for riding around and around in tiny circles at home and opt for something that can accommodate racks. Speaking of racks (and disembodied hands, as I was earlier) another reader has forwarded me the following:

Which includes not a disembodied hand, but rather the very tip of a disembodied digit:

My best guess is that they're fingertips, but without further evidence I won't rule out the possibility that the person (or simian) holding the rack has prehensile feet.

Meanwhile, you may recall that not too long ago I was generally whining and griping about how I wanted to leave New York. This is no doubt due at least in part to seasonal affective disorder, since right now the area looks like this and we've got so much snow that the rats have started wearing penguin costumes. Meanwhile, yet another reader is taunting me about life in the cycling paradise that is Portland, and informs me that not only is there no snow, or ice, or police obstructing the bike lanes, but that there are also riders who have what appear to be prehensile butt-cracks:

I'm not sure what she's actually "portaging" in there, but I did fire up the Gary Klein telescope and it appears to be a paperback book:

I don't know why she wouldn't just carry the book in her fanny pack instead, though it's also entirely possible she realized that the moon was visible over the horizon of her pants and she stuck the book in there out of modesty. Either way, you certainly don't need a rack when you've got that kind of posterior dexterity.

Lastly, I should remind you that registration is now open for the Five Boro Bike Tour. If you want to know what this ride is like, just imagine the streets of New York choked with over 30,000 people who look pretty much exactly like the time-traveling t-shirt-wearing retro-Fred from the planet Tridork and you've got a pretty good idea. In any case, I was reminded that registration was open when I received this promotional brochure via the actual mail:

Which featured a bicycle equipped with a rather perplexing drivetrain:

I wonder of the bicycle crackdown will still be in effect when the Five Boro Bike Tour gets underway. Hopefully it is, since I think handing out over 30,000 tickets in a single day might finally get it out of the city's system once and for all. I also wonder if they gave out any tickets to the participants in this past weekend's "Idiotarod," which I'm sure involved plenty of light-running:

It's just like a Portland cyclocross race, only without the bikes.

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What is the better camera brand nikon or canon?

Question 1
What is the better camera brand nikon or canon?...  im looking for a new camera nd cant decide which brand to lean towards

1)   Canon, wider variety and a little cheaper with the same quality. - Rell Yebbel

2)   Nikon, great cameras, pricy but it's worth it. - Kevin toscano


4)   You really have to know what goals you have for the camera system you eventually buy

If you plan on being an editorial or sports photographer, photographers other than those who are supplied cameras by their employer, are buying Nikon D3s bodies and the necessary lenses for shooting the assignment they get.

Here has been a big rush to buy Canon dSLR's to shoot video, but these are really just expensive tests to see if a camera with a CMOS camera can over come the problems associated with CMOS sensors, So if shooting video is part of your goal, you may want to do a lot of research

There IS a reason that all the pro video cameras use 3-CCD's. - fhotoace

5)   You can't go wrong with either of these. Any of the models sold today would be very capable cameras. They both do much the same thing and can deliver great results when used well.

So the right answer is whatever suites you personally, which feels the best in your hands and which one you prefer the weight and shape and location of buttons/dials etc.

So go to a camera shop and have a play with both brands - and whichever feels the best for your size of hands, go with it and learn to love the overall system of that brand (cameras, lenses, flashes etc). - AC

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My brother wants to get a Canon EOS 5d Mark II for his photography business?...  But I think it is way too expensive. My friend has one and she said the body alone is $2,000. I want to make another recommendation for him. What would be something similar, that would also save him some money?

Thanks, have a good day
Wedding, portraits, fashion

1)   That depends on the type of photography he does... - Hondo

2)   With a good lens the camera is about $3,300. For a real business it's probably an excellent investment depending on the type of photography he's doing.

I own a Canon t1i - it's just excellent and so is the t2i at $650 and about $800 respectively. But, if this is a real business and it belongs to him shouldn't he be allowed to make the choice? - Jim A

3)   What camera system is he using now?

All three of those take a lot of experience, so my guess if his business is successful, he would have enough cash flow to just add a couple of dSLR's to his current system. If he has Canon's, easy, the 5D, Mark II is fine. If he has something else, like a Nikon system, then he will want to get a compatible body, like a D700

This seems a little backward, usually if you have a wedding, portrait business and do some fashion shoot in your studio, you already have all your gear and adding a dSLR is a no brainer.

I hope you are not saying he thinks he can go into business with the "right" camera.

Those of us who are in business have at least two camera bodies, of for no other reason than to have a backup.

Usually that means an full frame dSLR, like the 5D, Mark II and an APS-C sensored camera like the 60D or 7D. The actual professional full frame camera is the 1Ds, Mark III, not any of the 5D series.

And of course he will need about three or four EF lenses to round out his system at least in the short run. Most of us who shoot fashion, also shoot other subjects, so simply having a nice 85 mm f/1.4, 24-70 m f/2.8 and 70-200 mm f/2.8 lens, will not provide enough coverage

If you visit the Canon or Nikon websites and look at the cost of those lenses, you will see that a $2,000 body is child's play - fhotoace

4)   U can consider Canon EOS 5D Mark II 21.1MP Full Frame CMOS Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)

21.1-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, 14-bit A/D conversion, wide range ISO setting 100-6400

Body only; lenses sold separately

DIGIC 4 Image Processor; high-performance 3.9 fps continuous shooting; Live View Function for stills

Full HD video capture at 1920x1080 resolution for up to 4GB per clip ; HDMI output

Updated EOS Integrated Cleaning System specifically designed to work with a full-frame sensor - Yeti Y

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How hard is it to switch camera manufacturers?...  Like from canon to nikon.

1)   It's simple. However, for SLRs, it's a lot more expensive to do than for point and shoots.

Cameras are not that different from one another. - Scott

2)   Photography is quite standard. If you know the basics, it is quite easy to switch from one brand to another. The symbols and terminology may be slightly different but they mean the same thing. Eg in Canon, Tv means time value and in Nikon, it is S (for shutter priority).

The main cost is in the equipment - i.e. if you already have a lot of equipment specific for one brand (e.g. lens, flash). - Kermit

3)   Hard? Not at all. You sell all your old equipment from one brand. You buy new equipment from another brand. That's all there is to it. Of course a lot of cash would help to make up for the deprecated value of the old equipment. As to level of use, if you know exactly what you're doing, they are the same. - keerok

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I have some camera issues!!!?...  I own a Panasonic DMC-FZ28, and I would like to know if anyone knows how to set the face detection back on. My brother messed with it while I had my back turned and he somehow managed to turn it off. I would really appreciate it if someone could help me figure out how. Thank you so much!

1)   Now would probably be a good time to dig up your owner's manual and read it. - Jim A

2)   It also seems that your brother has some issues with knowing what your boundary's are.

"Don't touch or play with my camera" is clear enough, but you will have figure out how to restrict his access to it.

I agree with Jim, the user manual has all that in it and can help you reset it.

If all else fails, spend some time on the phone with Panasonic and have them help you - fhotoace

3) - keerok

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Where can I buy a Nikon d5000 online?...  I want the card, camera body, and lens to come with it as well. Where can I buy it?
Link anyone? ah

1)   Try ebay first. Might find a good deal. Then search locally around and price compare. Try using google shop. - Chelsea Schachner

2)   You can try

they have pretty good deals on items - Dr.J

3) they have great customer service. :) - angelannihilate

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Job Interview Questions: "Can You Work Under Pressure?"

A job interview question that can really test you


One job interview question that many job seekers have trouble with is "Can you work under pressure?"  Sure, it may seem like a pretty straight-forward interview question but the reality is your answer has to be very compelling, with some good evidence of how and why you can perfrom well under pressure. Watch this great video so you can ace your next big job interview! Good luck job seekers!

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Campus Career Centers Struggling

Why it's tough to be a campus carer center today


It doesn�t take much looking around online to see colleges and their career centers are taking some heat right now. Just last week, marketing guru and thought-leader, Seth Godin, wrote this intense blog post about the �coming melt-down of higher education.�

Not to mention, there are some sobering job search statistics students (and their tuition-paying parents) are only now coming to realize.

FACT: College & University Customers Aren�t Happy

Many schools are being heavily criticized for turning out students both in debt and unprepared to build their careers. Interestingly, a survey we conducted over the last year showed a clear disconnect between students and their campus career centers (FYI � Attend the webinar listed below to get access to the survey data). Moreover, I regularly hear from students who feel their college�s career center isn�t effective. I�ve even had one graduate tell me she will never, ever give any money to her alma mater, an Ivy League school, because she feels she over-paid for her degree. With this growing sentiment, colleges (and more importantly, their career center staff) will face increased resentment and criticism. To sum it up, the customers of the college and university system aren�t too happy � and they are forming an angry mob.

Uninformed = Misguided Blame

Unfortunately, to a certain degree, the blame is getting placed on the wrong party. Many people don�t realize campus career centers work on tight budgets and lean staffs. For some, hosting job fairs and charging employers to attend was their largest stream of income. Now, thanks to the recession, this source has weakened, resulting in a dramatic decrease in available funds for up-to-date tools and resources that could help their students. And, let�s not forget all those unemployed alumni who are now banging on their doors too. In short, campus career centers have more people to help, and less money to do it.

QUESTION: How do you fight back when:

� Your image is tarnished.

� Your clients are in desperate need of help.

� You don�t have the funds to fix it.

Like any business short on money and resources, I believe campus career centers can identify and leverage their unique currency to upgrade their offerings and stature. In fact, I predict the colleges and universities who see this as an opportunity will actually be able to take advantage of the situation.

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