Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Here's the one Beth got. It went well with her dress and peg leg.
This picture was taken just as I was starting a race. (She was my starting block.)
P.S. A lot of you have been asking where Beth got that dress. She got it at Disneyland in the Pirates of the Caribbean gift shop. If she could, she would buy all of her clothes there.
Posted by Jorge Garcia at 10:13 AM
Monday, April 19, 2010
And a week ago at Java Holloway's first birthday I learned a new and more awesome way to eat a cupcake. I learned it from Don our prop guy, who learned it from Joyce our 2nd AD.
So here it is:
You start with the cup cake.
First you peel away the paper. (Trust me it gets better.)
Then tear off the bottom portion of the cupcake.
Place the torn-off portion on top where the frosting is.
Give it a little squeeze.
And there you have it. Eat it like a cream-filled cake sandwich.
Well now that you all have this knowledge, I hope you'll be able to find a kid's birthday party to go to.
Posted by Jorge Garcia at 2:19 AM
Saturday, April 17, 2010
It's an interview I did for AOL Television.
Posted by Jorge Garcia at 5:39 PM
Hey gang! I'm going to be featured in this Sunday's Los Angeles Times.
You can find links to the feature and photos here:
My only question is, what the hell am I doing to this sign?
photo by Jose Angel Castro
Posted by Jorge Garcia at 3:35 PM
Thursday, April 15, 2010
A while ago I posted this and told you I'd tell you about it later.
Well it's later.
You can see what the cornrows were for in the current issue of Complex Magazine.
Here's a link to the article online:
Oh and there's this:
Posted by Jorge Garcia at 10:22 AM
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Hey folks! I blogged about my episode over at People.com.
Here's a link:
Posted by Jorge Garcia at 11:47 AM
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Friday, April 9, 2010
Last weekend we escaped to Maui for a couple of days.
One of the places we visited was the Surfing Goat Dairy.
As you would expect they had goats.
And lots of them .
If you take the tour you can even feed them. We didn't take the tour.
But we did see a lot of kids.
No children just kids. (As in baby goats.)
This guy kept pushing his head into my hand. I think he missed his mommy's milk.
Then I thought he wanted to lick my leg.
But as it turned out he was only interested in my pants.
Posted by Jorge Garcia at 11:03 AM
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Sunday, April 4, 2010
The dough that so many of you said looked like the rats got into it, was actually a fennel raisin almond dough.
It was my most labor intensive ( I had to candy and juice the fennel) but I really loved the flavor.
Hands down my greatest toast. And check out the green color it has from the fennel juice.