William McKenzie's Blog


Month: August 2021

Homemade Chili and Cornbread

This is perfect for the winter time and occasionally during other seasons as well. Chili is extremely versatile and you totally bend this recipe to something you like more, just don’t put a pineapple or Hershey bar into it please.

The Michael Burry and Cathie Wood Drama

There’s been a bit of some drama brewing within the traditional financial world as of late. As one of the few pieces of mainstream news I actually follow these days, I wanted to share a few of my thoughts around it.

Homemade Meatloaf

Probably one of my favorite dishes, meatloaf goes well with a number of things. You’ll be hard pressed to find another pair like potatoes romanoff, though.

Spicy Tuna Fishcakes and Lobster Tails

In this post, I’ll go over something I decided to try and make recently. It actually turned out quite well, so perhaps you could give it a try for yourself!

My Wellness Routine

Since I’ve shared some of my physical and nutritional health progress thus far, I’ve received quite a few questions revolving around what exactly I do. In this post, I’ll outline to the closest semblance I can, what a typical week looks like for me. I’ll also share what has motivated and kept me consistent.

My Wild Rice Chicken Casserole Inspired by Uncle Ben’s

This right here is one of my all time favorite recipes. It’s actually a family recipe I’ve trialed and errored over time. This recipe used to be included on the box of Uncle Ben’s Wild Rice, however it’s been changed over the years. You can find the new recipe here, which is the closest semblance as to what it’s based off.

While I’ve been away…

It’s been awhile since I’ve used this blog to express some quick form thoughts and/or share something more of a topic of interest to me. As time has passed by since I used to frequent this site more, lots of life events have happened and I’d like to share those as well as where I want this site to gravitate towards for the future.

TezTalks Radio ft. Lin Dai (OneOf)

Recently, I had the chance alongside fellow co-host Marissa Trew of TZ APAC to chat with Lin Dai, CEO and Founder of OneOf. In case you’re unfamiliar with them, they had a $63M seed raise and are building a really interesting NFT-based music platform on the Tezos blockchain. They will be launching quite soon as well with several drops expected from numerous high-profile artists.

My “Dusty Biscuits” made from scratch

This is another post which will entail one of my favorite breakfast treats – “Dusty Biscuits”. For quite some time, I’ve actually searched for how to really make the best biscuits that people enjoy. This recipe has been a complete hit.

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