Born in Minot, ND on 3.21
Moved to Alaska on 4.28.90
Married Beth in 1999 and we have two awesome kids,
Greta 7 and Henry 10
My Two little monkeys at the San Diego Zoo
Greta and her best friend Princess Jasmine at Disneyland
Henry getting picked to be the "one" volunteer at the Shamu show at Seaworld
Greta after hearing that Henry was the "ONLY" volunteer
Henry doing a little dental work on the world famous Shamu at Seaworld
Beth and I at Olympic Stadium in Sydney, Australia to see the Aussies play France
In front of the famous Sydney Opera house and bridge
Would you cook with Poo?....she looks nice enough to me.
Recipe book derives its title from community chef and author Saiyuud Diwong’s nickname, which is Thai for crab
If 30-minute meals with Jamie or domestic goddessdom with Nigella fail to tempt this evening then it might be worth considering the latest big thing in home cuisine, Cooking with Poo, which has just won the Diagram prize for the oddest book title of the year.
The 114-page cookbook derives its unsanitary title from author Saiyuud Diwong’s nickname, Poo, which is Thai for crab. Diwong lives in Bangkok’s Klong Toey slum, where she runs a community cookery school. Her book was crowned winner of the Diagram prize following a public vote, beating an array of oddments including Mr Andoh’s Pennine Diary: Memoirs of a Japanese Chicken Sexer in 1935 Hebden Bridge; The Great Singapore Penis Panic and the Future of American Mass Hysteria; and Estonian Sock Patterns All Around the World, to win the award.