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The Right Stuff

Excited to announce:

Season 1 of The Right Stuff based on Tom Wolfe's 1979 novel has completed the shoot schedule.

Please stay tuned for more details. The show is set to premiere on National Geographic in Fall 2020.  


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and you threw it away

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my hair grew long and my heart grew cold
I face certain death without you near

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all of this could have been yours

all of this should have been
all of this could have been yours

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sooo was i
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as when your walls came crumbling down.

It was so beautiful
It was so peaceful

All the destruction, 
it was quiet

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all of this could have been yours

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oh all that you love, will be carried away

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Onion Rings

Low Carb Onion Rings

Pork rinds (original or flavored- your choice)
coconut oil
Seasoning (optional)

1. Take a few handfuls of pork rinds and either hand crush them in a bowl or bag, or put them in a blender (as I did), until it forms somewhat of powder. You can add any seasonings you'd like at this point. This will be the breading for your onion rings.

2. Cut a few "rings" from your onion

3. Whisk 1-2 eggs (just depends on how many onion rings you're doing) together in a bowl. Put your pork rind powder in a separate bowl, and gather your onion rings near. It's time to bread them!

4. One at a time-- dip the onions in the egg, then transfer to the pork rinds and cover completely, then lay on a plate.

5. Heat oil in a frying pan on medium high heat and then add your onion rings. Turning them a few times, fry until breading is crispy and golden brown. Lay on paper towels to cool a bit and soak up any extra grease. Done. Enjoy!