Hi everyone, and welcome to 2017. I wanted to make a quick post to the website while it was still fresh in my mind (and while I was in a toughened mindset to do so) to feature a new video I put on my Youtube channel. In honor of my friend’s T.J. and Adrianna, and their daughter Tara, this video is intended to heighten awareness of premature pregnancy complications due to In Uterine Growth Restriction. Through a series of pictures, I also chronicle the memory box that I built for her keepsakes. This wasn’t something that I did because it’s enjoyable. In fact, it took so long to build, and subsequently make the tribute because there were times where I couldn’t hold back the tears and had to stop for a while. I kept pressing on, because it was my complete honor to do this for them and my way of sharing part of my life with her. Please take a moment to consider the story of Tara Elizabeth.
It’s been a year now since I started making mead again. Since them, I’ve made 10 batches of various things for myself, as well as collaborations with a friend of mine. This weekend, to celebrate the one year anniversary of my clover honey show mead, I’m starting another batch some orange blossom honey I bulk ordered as well as beginning the bottling of my first batch. I am documenting the process where I can for use on the blog, and I am excited to introduce part 1 of the video series I am putting together. This video takes you through everything you need to know in order to make your very own first batch of mead. I tried not to be overly verbose where I could (something I am guilty of in text), and managed to cram everything from materials to fermentation in 30 minutes of video. I hope you enjoy! Stay tuned for part 2 which will cover everything that happens in between fermentation and racking to a secondary container, and subsequent parts unknown that will cover the rest of the process.
Hey folks, I’ve had a thing or two going on, but I promise an article on my new project in the next two weeks on the ethernet aware digital clock. I’ll be giving it some woodworking flare to dress it up along with some Bacon Fat Labs original mods. Stay tuned.
In the mean time, enjoy this picture of a pound of uncured bacon and six pieces of organic squash fashioned into a tasty baby food purée. I call it, “The Duality of Man”.
Okay, so the baby food isn’t that exciting next to the bacon. This is my life. Enjoy.