Majora’s Mask


I have been obsessed with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild unlike I have since the early days of World of Warcraft. This is an open world game done right and when it comes to DLC they also know how to do it right. The game itself is complete, you get a full story if you choose not to buy the DLC.

EA suckered me into buying the first Star Wars: Battlefront but I’m not going to get involved with the second one. I’m doing my best to step away from any game which has a micro-transaction or “pay to finish the game” DLC.

How did I take the screenshot? (Wii-U version)

I use a service called which makes it easy to screen capture from the Wii-U and send them to your computer. All you need to do is press the Home button, then click the Internet Browser (the globe) and go to

From there you can easily capture the image from your Wii-U. If you sign up on the site you can post directly to Facebook or copy the URL onto your computer.

My Chili Recipe Version 2.0

From the “911 on Speed Dial Kitchen” comes my second attempt making chili. Please remember that I’m not a home cook and don’t often enjoy doing it. However, since I got myself a slow cooker last year I’ve been dabbling more and more. My second attempt at a lazy mans chili I’ve added cumin and oregano.


Version 2.0: The Chili Returns


2 pounds lean ground beef

1 package Old El Paso chili seasoning

1 teaspoon dried oregano

1/2 tablespoon of cumin

2 cans diced tomatoes (undrained on 1st can, 1/2 drained on second)

Add shredded cheese after cooking

Add Chorizo (2 sausages/diced)

1 can of red kidney beans (drain)

1 can of pinto beans (drain)


  1. Brown ground beef in large skillet on medium-high heat. Drain fat.
  2. Dice up the chorizo
  3. Place cooked beef, chorizo, Seasoning Mix, spices, tomatoes, beans and tomatoes in slow cooker. Stir until well mixed. Cover.
  4. Cook 8 hours on LOW. Stir before serving.