I went out there and fed them, and hearing the thunder in the distance, decided to put some kibble in their bowl in their shack. On again, off again they darted into and out of their shack. They remind me of these guys: Stupid Sheeple.
This is such an over the top guy thing it cannot wait until Recipe Tuesday to be shared with the world. Here’s how it’s supposed to be done: Looks like Mr. Big Food omitted the Spanish Sauce, which is basically seasoned tomato sauce. I was not surprised to see that I already had a tag,
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UPDATE below In Mississippi, 18.5% of the tax revenue collected each month is returned to the municipality from which it was collected. Each month our little weekly paper publishes the monthly and year-to-date (YTD) amounts returned for the current and previous years. I do not know why I hadn’t thought about gathering up these data
97. Ninety-seven degrees on the Fahrenheit scale. Just letting you know.
SueK asked the other day what hornworm eggs look like, so I went out to collect as many as I could find. The moth from which the eggs come lays them singly on the leaves of stems of tomato and pepper plants. Now you know.
Originally published August 12, 2015. As I have alluded, the calculation for Heat Index– the “feels like” temperature– has associated with it a number of assumptions: All raw temperature and humidity readings are taken in the shade. There is a lower bound on both temp & humidity readings. (And, technically speaking if I’m reading the
“Marica?” Missy asked as she looked up at Marica who was having breakfast at her desk. “Yes, Missy?” “Why did my Dear Friend not accompany me on my morning constitutional?” “Ruff?” Rocky, too, was perplexed by the change in routine. Rocky does not like routine changes. “Well, Missy,” Marica replied, “You cannot exert yourself for
Decided last Thursday that I was going to fix a decent meal on Monday, and had a hankering for something oriental- – which worked out well because I could include a trip to The Asian Market in Starkvegas Friday. It was delicious. Quite easy to make so long as you prep everything ahead of time.
So, you knew it had to be something extra special to forget about the blog for a second day. And let me tell you, it is special! A couple of weeks ago, at The World Famous Ace of Spades Headquarters Book Thread, a fellow asked for volunteers to proofread crappy old books at Distributed Proofreaders
Heat index. I told the Farm Hand he was not going to go to the fence line down at the bottom of the Pond Pasture to weed wack and chainsaw. There will be no heat exhaustion on my watch.
Human virtues are plants which never strike a deep root unless shaken by misfortune. Virtue consists in the directing of our intellectual and physical energies to a praiseworthy end; but if our energies be naturally feeble, or dwindle and wither away through lack of exercise, our virtue, by a necessary consequence, must become dwarfish and
55 days — Also known as ‘Lebanese White Bush’ and ‘White Vegetable Marrow.’ A bush-type summer squash with quick maturing fruits that have an excellent, sweet flavor, weigh one to two pounds and look like small honeydew melons. The flesh is sweet and has been referred to as “the honeydew of squashes.” The rinds cook
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Sorry. I didn’t really forget about you yesterday, I just had things to do. Fondly, Marica
Originally published June 17, 2012; Reformatted Two great ideas for when the lights go out, or when you just want to play like a Redneck. The first, Cooler Corn, comes via an email from Mr. Big Food’s Dad who I think gets more emails each day than Mr. Big Food (who gets a lot). The