The fourth episode of lawtechTalk is now available.
This screencast(a recording of computer screen output along with video of me discussing what is seen)will
using online tools to assist you with brain storming and organizing
your thoughts for all aspects of a case, from drafting a complaint to
preparing for trial. We'll discuss web applications for brain storming,
mind mapping, creating flow charts, and time lines, among other things.
This episode is a little under one half hour long and is available for viewing for a limited time at no cost. Simply contact lawtechTalk for information regarding how to access this screencast.
I am a huge fan of PF Chang's Kung Pao chicken and had been craving it for days. So, I decided to make it myself. After a quick google search I found a recipe that purported to be a copycat recipe. I gave it a try and am I ever glad that I did. I served it with sesame asparagus (recipe).
I had a lot of veggies to used up, so I googled the ingredients and came up with a colorful vegetarian menus: tomato onion feta salad (recipe), leek beet avocado salad (recipe) and honey walnut beet greens (recipe).
The end result was a beautiful, colorful meal that tasted great, with the exception of the beet greens. Unfortunately I didn't clean them off well enough and they were a touch sandy. Oh well;)
And, the leek beet salad tasted better with feta cheese sprinkled over it, even thought that wasn't part of the recipe.
Last night's dinner: beef tenderloin, broccoli and wild rice.
The tenderloin recipe was from a recipe booklet handed out my sister's cooking-themed bridal shower. Everyone submitted recipes to me ahead of time and I created a book of recipes for the guests to take home:
Here's the beef tenderloin recipe--it's really simple to make and is so delicious: