Seen while wandering the halls yesterday.
More to come.
What are you looking at? It’s a tough call sometimes, isn’t it? On the one hand, one wants to be proper. On the other, ya just wanna post something– anything– before the show gets on the road.
The lunch menu for my county’s two high schools. Click to make bigger. With all of the hubub about school lunches, I thought I’d take a look and see what the kids around here are eating. Frankly, I don’t think there is enough starch on the menu, but that’s just me. And I wonder about
We have a routine. By 9 we’re settled in. Should the house/dog/cat sitters follow our routine? Or establish one of their own?
The American Woman’s Cook Book, edited and revised by Ruth Berolzheimer, published by Consolidated Book Publishers, Chicago, in 1946. As much care is needed in selecting and preparing the food for the lunch box as for the other meals served to the family. If the lunch is inadequate or lacking in food essentials throughout the
I was hoping to find the online version of the “Good Dog” story in the current issue of Garden & Gun. Alas, it is not online yet. But I did stumble across reader photos from the Good Dog Photo Contest. Fun stuff. “Dogs being dogs” category “Dogs being dogs” winner!
Via Y’all Politics I learn that, thanks in part to one of Mississippi’s representatives to the United States Senate, something called the “Senate Malaria Working Group” will become a Congressional caucus. Wicker announces expansion of the Senate Malaria Working Group PRESS RELEASE Senate Caucus on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases will highlight prevalent global diseases
UPDATE: Apprehended in Gainsville, Fl. Good grief. Michael Blan DowdaWritten byAssociated Press FILED UNDERNewsMississippi State PARCHMAN — A man serving life in prison for killing his girlfriend in 1996 has escaped from the Mississippi State Penitentiary in Parchman, and visitation there was closed. Michael Blan Dowda, 48, is considered armed and dangerous, corrections spokeswoman Jasmine
I launched Big Food, Big Garden, Big Life in Rural Mississippi with a post titled “260 Pieces of Chicken.” Mr. Big Food did last year’s and this year’s Auburn game tailgate. Three hundred sixty six days (leap year), 20,000+ page views– some of which are not from Romania— and 135 recipes later and… . Here
and you’ll find us all in the Den, resting comfortably. Well, most of us. Missy missed most of the excitement of the day and still has some residual energy. Poor Missy.Here’s The Story. It was Game Day. But there was no Official Tail Gate. So Mr. Big Food & I both planned ahead. Mr. Big
An Independent Thinker. I Take the Road Less Traveled. I Challenge Authority. But on Game Day, baby, I do as I am told. Just like everybody else! WHITE OUT! Respect the Bell. Go Dawgs!!
They must not have had you for a mother,” said Miss M. in a comment on my throw-away post on common courtesy which was a post comparing and contrasting the post-visit behaviors of some recent guests to the Farm. Miss M. and I share a love of proper grammar and of etiquette. We get it
So. I am at dictionary dot com looking up how to spell “etiquette” (no d’s) and I see this. Are you kidding me? No. You are probably not. What a sorry state of affairs. Julius. Augustus. ‘Nuff said. Or maybe not.
Back from Starkvegas! Fun & easy. One of those improv recipes– you know, the ones where the recipe calls for pepperoni and you use Homemade Sweet Italian Sausage instead. The ones that, having decided to substitute homemade sausage, compel you to fight your way through K-Roger at 5pm on the Friday before Game Day to
Tonight we are having homemade stromboli! Well, that’s a lie. It’s not entirely homemade. We’ll use a loaf of frozen bread dough rather than make bread from scratch. The stromboli dipping sauce is entirely homemade. And I bet we’ll get also have pickled pepperoncini peppers. This sauce is very simple. I was finished with it before
So far, so good! We blew off some steam together in the pond pasture this morning. For the past few days I’d been taking Missy and Rocky out separately– we’re working on some out of doors pack behavior issues. This morning, however, we went together. Man! Those dogs can run!What they have yet to do,
A couple of weeks ago, we had company– a couple we knew from our former lives. Last weekend, we had company– a couple we’d never met but wanted to get to know.The couple from a couple of weeks ago makes more than an order of magnitude more than last weekend’s couple. Today, a package of homemade