Half the recipes in Stir Crazy
are vegetarian and vegan, and when meat does feature, it makes up no more than 20% of a dish.
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The Stir Crazy
Deluxe, right, and the Air Crazy Popper both come in bold colors, and come with features designed to add ease and convenience to popcorn making.
But we had a bit of down time and it was good to get out for an hour, instead of going stir crazy
in the hotel," he added.
THIS 1980 comedy was one of several that aimed to cast Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor in a kind of interracial Bob Hope and Bing Crosby movie partnership for the modern age, except with four-letter words.
I get a little stir crazy
if I don't have something to do so I have continued to work.
We got quite close last season and Jagielka determined not to go stir crazy
are even closer this season already.
The other day I got stir crazy
, walked into a kebab house and just followed the meat round and round on the spit, trying to take the occasional bite.
Beautiful Madness was all the rage to follow up her maiden win at Yarmouth the previous day under her 6lb penalty in the 5f handicap, but the top weight was ultimately well beaten as Stir Crazy
struck late under Tadgh O'Shea to beat game frontrunner Rosie Cross.
"Richard Pryor has a real comic flair, and in Stir Crazy
he plays a kind of cross between the Good Soldier Schweik and the loser-with-an-instinct-for-survival who starred in Seven Beauties."
And there were two pairings with Gene Wilder, "Silver Streak" and "Stir Crazy
," filled with neurasthenic gyrations.
Wells' Dairy has teamed with the 7-Eleven chain to create Stir Crazy
, which is being described as "the first stirrable soft-serve treat available in the freezer case, complete with its own mix-ins." The new product, in development for three years, is available exclusively at participating 7-Eleven stores.
The scene is surveyed with amiable irony and a tolerance for different life-choices (Boswell writes well about a strip club in "Stir Crazy
," a difficult challenge).
In one of his not-for-network-TV routines, Richard Pryor stops in the midst of a stream of dirty jokes and talks pensively about his film, Stir Crazy
. To prepare for their roles as men unjustly thrown behind bars, Pryor says, he and Gene Wilder spent time with convicts from an Arizona penitentiary.
So I said, 'I need to build structure into this otherwise I'll go stir crazy