Monday, November 8

Soup and Zombies!

First off, before I get to any soups or zombies, I want to say this: My first 30 for 30 outfit went swimmingly! I'm already brainstorming for tomorrow!

More importantly, though, is this: I got a shirt in the mail today and I'm switching it out with the black shirt I had picked. So there.

And now: the soup!
Looks mighty tasty, don't it? I'll have you know that it did not start out this yumtastic. This tomato corn chowder recipe from looked easy and delicious! So, I decided to make it. It looked promising: potatoes, tomatoes, corn, onions and bacon. Do not be fooled by this innocuous list of ingredients! As is, this recipe is vile. Luckily, one of my roommates was going to the grocery store while I was cooking, so she picked up a can of cream of chicken soup for me. I threw that in there, along with some butter, et voila! It looked somewhat like gruel, but tasted mighty fine.

I asked Matt what he thought of it, and this is what he said:
It's a noncommital shrug. I swear he isn't under the influence of anything sinister. Just soup.

And now! The part you've all been waiting for! Da-da-da-da-da (drumroll sound effect) ZOMBIES!

Earlier tonight I watched the first two episodes of the new AMC series, The Walking Dead. It is wonderful! Unfortunately, I don't get AMC here at school, so it's difficult for me to watch it.

Lucky for y'all, the first episode is on Hulu! Go forth and watch it, dear readers!

1 comment:

Ashley said...

I love this show! I don't have AMC either, but you can buy it on Zune and itunes. It may seem lame to pay $2 for each episode, but if you get caught downloading illegally you can pay hundreds of thousands in fines. It's not worth it. Be careful :)