Monthly Archive: April 2017

REVIEW: Time To Open Carnivore Club

Hola, gang!

I recently got my hands on another Carnivore Club subscription box, full of everything a meat eater loves.  Every month, they feature a different Artisan and bring the customer the best dried, cured, and smoked meats they offer.  It’s definitely one of my favorite subscription boxes.

This month, Carnivore Club is bringing New England Charcuterie my way, with all sorts of beef and pork salamis.  Check it out below:


If you’re interested in looking into Carnivore Club for yourself, you can do it right here.

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The YouTube Food Reviewers That I Watch

Hi gang!

I’ve noticed a question coming up a lot on the live chats I have on Saturday evenings.  “Who are are your favorite food reviewers?  What YouTube foodies do you watch most?”

Not everyone is going to be on the same chat (I hope that changes eventually and I’ll have the whole YouTube world watching! haha), so rather than answering the question over and over and over again, I decided that it was past time to make a video about it and put the question to rest, once and for all.  At least to date.

Here is that video:

Now you know!  Thanks for tuning into the channel and if you haven’t subscribed already, I’d love to have you on a regular basis.  Also, make sure to tune into the Saturday chats, live on YouTube at 5 pm, Pacific.  We have a great time!

Take care and I’ll talk to you again real soon!



1966 Batman And Robin Collectible Figurines! HOLY GOTTA HAVE THEM!

I just spotted these 1966 Batman and Robin collectible figurines from the Bradford Exchange today.  I gotta have these things!!  They are so groovy!

1966 Batman and Robin

I’ve loved the 1966 Batman television series since I was a kid.  As campy as it was, I learned many good life lessons from it.  Honesty and right and wrong were two of the biggies.  Presently, I the have Funko Batman Pop Vinyl and Robin Pop Vinyl and the entire Batman TV series on DVD.  I have the movie, too.  You can never have too much Batman!  I simply think there is no one better to be the Dynamic Duo than Adam West and Burt Ward.

I’ve always loved the quality of products coming out of the Bradford Exchange.  They have always put out really beautifully detailed things and these 1966 Batman and Robin figurines are no exception.  Molded and painted to flawless perfection, these come as close to the real things as anyone could get.

Now, all I need is the 1966 Batmobile to put into my garage and I can die happy! 😀