The National Right to Work Act is Getting Ready to Sneak in Through the Back Door

There are so many angles to this that sorting through them all is downright tedious. But the bottom line is this, the National Right to Work Act - as it is currently structured - is a TERRIBLE deal for the labor force. The legislation would effectively render unions non-existent by repealing the National Labor Relations … Continue reading The National Right to Work Act is Getting Ready to Sneak in Through the Back Door

Our President Had Some Kind of Relations With That Woman, and it Does Not Matter

I'm not going to sit here and endorse Donald Trump. I never have and I likely never will. Thats pretty clear, yes? Okay, good. It seems likely that Donald Trump had sex with Stormy Daniels and possibly paid her to not talk about the fact they had sex. Yes, its adultery and an important factor … Continue reading Our President Had Some Kind of Relations With That Woman, and it Does Not Matter

Addiction is a National Public Health Crisis

Addiction and obsessive behaviour have been present in human civilization for a very long time and it manifests itself in many ways. People get addicted to other people, they get addicted to technology, they get addicted to certain foods, their favourite sports teams and of course they get addicted to drugs. Addiction is categorized as … Continue reading Addiction is a National Public Health Crisis

#035–What’s the Difference Between “Salsa” and “Picante Sauce”?

For all the Hot Sauce savants out there

The Chatty Introvert

I thought it was straightforward, then three pages of Google searches later, there seems to be several possibilities (and some repeating answers). This question came to me when I was making my egg and potato tacos for lunch with–you guessed it–salsa to dip ’em in (a locally made “thick and chunky medium” to be more precise).

I’ve lived in Texas my whole life. Our so-called “state snack” is tortilla chips and salsa, which makes sense, I guess. You can’t throw a rock in a town without hitting either a church or a good family owned Tex-Mex restaurant. It’s a party staple and sleep-over go-to.

It’s everywhere.

But is it really salsa we’re enjoying so much?

I’ve found a couple of things that make me wonder what the real difference is between “salsa” and “picante sauce.” Apparently the Pace company was the first to coin the term picante sauce when they…

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