Cubed potatoes, extra firm tofu and chopped onion cooked in a skillet with nutritional yeast, a dash of turmeric, garlic powder and onion powder, salt and pepper. Baby spinach tossed in at the end.
The family was over for snacks and fireworks.
We both thought it was pretty good.
I used the Thug Kitchen recipe found here.
The family got together for a taco bar lunch at our house. I made jackfruit, potatoes, cauliflower and tofu for taco fillings.
Inner portion of a minnow bucket.
Outdoor light socket.
Washers – 2.
I made an L bracket from plumbing strap and attached it inside using the eye bolt. I then used zip ties to attach the socket to the L bracket. To wire it I cut off the female end of an extension cord, ran it through the hole I drilled and then wire nutted it to the socket. I wrapped electrical tape around the cord where it goes through the hole. I’ve had no problems with this but it might be better to use an electrical box cable clamp. The light is hung by a fish stringer which also helps to hide the cord.
The cord runs to an electrical outlet on our deck which we just plug in to turn the light on.
Well over a year ago while on a bike ride I found this light fixture dumped on the side of the road. I couldn’t resist bringing it home even though I had no plans for it. When Nova seen it she suggested we put solar lights on it and hang it outside.
I finally got around to doing it. I removed the wiring and flipped the light fixtures upside down. Was lucky that the solar lights we picked pressed right in to the fixture. Even though it’s currently hanging from a tree it does receive enough sun to charge the lights.