I have not commented on the rash of food thefts this past weekend. Daughter C tells me it happened at the Kroger in Starkvegas– although the Walmarts in Louisiana are getting all of the attention. The lack of shame in some corners of “society” is despicable. But as I try my darnedest to stay upbeat, I
My kind of food! Serve with Alpine Village Potato Pancakes. BAKED PORK CHOPS AND SAUERKRAUT Serves 4 1 can sauerkraut 1 tsp pepper ½ tsp salt 4 thick pork chops Preheat oven to 350o. Place sauerkraut in bottom of a lightly greased casserole. Season pork chops with salt and pepper, and place on top of
From the garden OLD FASHIONED VEGETABLE SOUP II 1 lb chuck roast, cut into bite-sized pieces, boiled in water to cover until tender, drained, seasoned with salt 1 pint fresh or frozen butter beans, cooked until tender, drained, salted to taste 1 pint fresh or frozen English peas, cooked until tender, drained, salted to taste
Served with Baked Pork Chops and Sauerkraut From the old Alpine Village Inn in Torrance, CA ALPINE VILLAGE POTATO PANCAKES Serves 8 2 ½ lbs potatoes, preferably russets ½ -1 C flour 2 eggs Salt, pepper 2 Tbsp fresh chives, chopped Oil or shortening Peel potatoes and grate into a bowl. Add flour and eggs,
Not a good picture, but the corn was! Veganized in the obvious ways. From Gulliver’s Restaurants, an old California-based chain GULLIVER’S CREAMED CORN 8 ears corn, kernels cut from cobs and cobs scraped with back of knife 1 C whipping cream 2 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar ½ tsp Accent Butter 2 tsp flour Shredded
Beef ribs When the ribs are cooked, the sauce in the bag can be spooned right onto the meat, without any more boiling or fuss. BEEF OR PORK RIBS BAKED IN A BAG Turkey-sized cooking bag 1 Tbsp flour Oregano 2 C dry white wine or red wine 2 C good BBQ sauce (preferably homemade—see
Today, I was piddling in the herb garden and ZZZZZZZZoooooooMMMMM. Here comes the crazy drunk joy riding mapping plane again.And then stuff fell from the sky.I thought it was tiny pellets of hail.Just as an aside– it’s interesting, isn’t it, how we try so hard to make sense of the nonsensical. There was no reason
We begin this evening’s sentences with a run-on Hume was certainly right to maintain that it is only our natural capacity to form causal associations that permits us to prognosticate methodologically concerning future events. –A.Leland no men out He was in fact a charlatan for he claimed he could prognosticate the outcomes of sporting events.