I think he was baiting me...Hubby can be a troll like that sometimes. Then I gave him the what-kind-of-prima-donna-princess-do-you-think-is-in-front-of-you with my eyebrows arched ??? kind of look.
It does in fact blow my mind that I can basically google anything and find some form of entertainment or content pertaining to my search. Part of the reason I find it so mind blowing is because I grew up with over the air antenna television. 5 whole channels at your fingertips. 7 if you count the spanish channels which sometimes I watched when there was nothing else on and even though I could only make out a few words they were still pretty entertaining. I was not fortunate enough to grow up on MTV. In my opinion I grew up with something ten times cooler.
I grew up PBS.
Or Public Broadcasting System. It went through several name changes but I think that's what it's called now. It's been a year since we cut satellite so I haven't checked in with them in a while. On the weekdays it was Sesame Street. The weekends were my favorite because that is when they would air the cooking shows. This was way before I even knew there was an entire channel devoted to food. All of my desire to experiment while cooking came from Martin Yan and Rick Bayless. I also grew up watching the one and only Julia Child. My family has a pretty basic pallet so I wasn't able to experiment with anything while living with the folks. Nope, all my culinary exploration took place after I moved out. Thankfully the Hubby is pretty good about letting me know what was good and what never to make again *cough* Meatloaf *cough*.
And now in the data at your finger tips era ( I don't know what all the cool kids are calling it) I can browse clips of my favorite shows via YouTube.
I have to say that still after all this time...I'm still not used to it. But it's pretty dang awesome! And now I want home made tortillas!