Day 3107: A grain of salt

We should definitely take what we read on the internet with a grain of salt. Nevertheless, I just did a search for the meaning of “a grain of salt.”


What have you been taking with a grain of salt lately?

Speaking of grains of salt, Michael made a tofu dish yesterday for the first time and we all agreed it was too salty.


Next time, he’s going to use less soy sauce and add some honey. I have no reason to take this with a grain of salt.

It’s a good idea to take Twitter with a grain of salt.


Is there anything in this post you’re taking with a grain of salt (or a dash)? How about these other photos I took yesterday?


If I tell you I love the score from In the Heights, no need to take that with a grain of salt. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the recording of “96,000” for the original Broadway cast:


Here’s “96,000” in a trailer for the movie:


Also, no need to take my gratitude with a grain of salt, so thanks to all who help me blog every day, including YOU!

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8 thoughts on “Day 3107: A grain of salt

  1. I take everything I read on the internet, especially Twitter, with a grain of salt. And yes, Mrs. Dash is a healthy substitute—they make a good spicy one too!

  2. I know for a fact that one dog thinks you’re pretty special, Ann.

  3. That tofu looks delicious! We cook with tofu often, but I haven’t made noodles like that. They look delicious.

    Does Michael know that you can buy lower sodium soy sauce at the grocery store? If he’s not using that it might help him reduce the saltiness. I often use less soy sauce than indicated. Miso makes a good alternative to soy sauce. Fresh ginger.

    Another way to cook it is to bread it just like you do with fish. Very easy and it looks elegant.

  4. I’m a fan of the pasta under most any conditions, though I haven’t turned the corner on tofu yet – also the don’t make me snicker bar is amazing

  5. puella33

    Do you have an idea of what kind of dog you are thinking about getting?


    Once again, the images of Michael’s cooking gives me an instant craving! Yummy!!

  7. Looks like delicious food and that’s not taken with a grain of salt.

  8. Instead of asking anyone to take thing I say with a grain of salt I say, “Season to taste.” For instance I’ve heard or read that in Polynesia neckties have been banned. Maybe that’s not true but I’ve never been a fan of ties so…you know.

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