Print Smoky Fire Roasted Salsa I’m a self-professed salsa junkie. My favorite food is salsa…chips are only a salsa delivery system. This recipe is my favorite way to use our summer harvest of garden tomatoes. Author: Craig Canon Cuisine: Mexican Ingredients 12 large tomatoes 4-5 jalapeno peppers 1 medium red onion 3-5 cloves garlic ½ cup [...]
As Bryan Houser (aka, The Beer Man, a Denton, TX musician who likes to be tipped with Budweiser) often says “a plane won’t fly without fuel”. He’s right! The music usually picks up speed, energy and lyrical grit after the Beer Man has hammered down his first few tips. A fire won’t burn without fuel, [...]
Posted on 13. Aug, 2011 by Craig.
It’s been 40 days now At least a hundred and three It feels like a desert In the bed of the creek The dust fills my eyes now My skin is in pain I need some relief now Bring on the rain! Bring on the rain! I’ll stand outside and soak it up, Let it [...]
Tweety, one of our 5 remaining chickens after a chance meeting with the neighbor’s dog, relaxes under the crepe myrtle.
The stuff below is from a short talk I gave at mass on Father’s day. While It wasn’t very polished, I think it was a great way to honor the best dad I know – mine! Happy Father’s Day! Craig Fatherhood – A High Calling So in true slacker form, I began writing my 2-3 [...]
Posted on 10. Jan, 2011 by Craig.
Love the guitar shirt Aunt Lydia and Uncle Bubba sent Matt for Christmas. this is what happens when kids get totally wrapped up in their legos. Daddy gets to play with their toys!
Posted on 25. Jun, 2010 by Craig.
Had a great time swapping songs with my Friend Rolando last night. Rol’s got some strong song starters he’s working on that could turn into some pretty cool tunes. He also provided some some great lyrical and arrangement feedback on one of the songs I’ve been working on for a while – “I Hear Voices,” [...]